Crypterium (CRPT) Cryptocurrency Acquired The Services Of The Ex-CEO Of VISA UK And Ireland, Marc O’Brien

The ex-Chief of VISA UK and Ireland, Marc O’Brien, has just come on board to the Crypterium (CRPT) team. This signifies that O’Brien will join the start-up of Crypto and steer it in the right direction forward to a scenario where Cryptocurrencies will be utilized for the day-to-day purchases for both goods and services, as foreseen in the Crypterium project in its whitepaper and extremely successful ICO.

Marc O’Brien is the ideal person to help Crypterium (CRPT) go to the Moon

Marc O’Brien brings more than 25 years of experience in finance, financial technology, and Regulatory technology. This signifies that Marc is the ideal candidate to lead the implementation of the Crypterium (CRPT) solutions and services in Europe where the project’s first goal is to build a store targeted towards 500 million Europeans.

Marc was employed by Visa UK and Ireland between 2008 and 2014 and was crucial in helping VISA’s business to grow from $250 million to $600 million.

He also started and directed the contactless technology initiative in the UK and with Transport for London from its earliest days to its deployment of multi-million dollar transactions.

I am delighted to join Crypterium at such an exciting time. I firmly believe that cryptocurrency is about to become widespread and we can be pioneers in turning Crypterium into a great business.

Marc O’Brien, the new CEO of Crypterium (CRPT)

With Marc O’Brien on board, Crypterium has everything it needs to become a great project

Speaking in terms of cryptocurrencies market performance, the Crypterium (CRPT) token has recorded some significant spikes in market value over the $1 level since the announcement of the new CEO has been made.

The Crypterium (CRPT) crypto is currently trading at $0.941 as the token has dropped by about 7% in the last 24 hours. At the moment, the token is only exchanged at a few cryptocurrency exchanges, with HitBTC being the largest of them.

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