April 26, 2018 12:00 AM
VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA (April 26, 2018) – 360 Blockchain Inc. (“360” or the “Company”) (CSE: CODE - FWB: C5B) announces that Mr. John Gan has resigned from its Board, and that Mr. Morie Shacker has joined the Board as a Director.
Mr. George Tsafalas, President and CEO of 360 Blockchain, commented, "On behalf of the Board, we thank John for his vision in starting the company and growing it from a start-up organization into a well-funded, publicly-traded Blockchain capital firm with an exciting future. We are grateful for John’s leadership to the company and wish him well in his future endeavours. In addition, we are pleased to welcome experienced entrepreneur Mr. Morie Shacker as a Director on the 360 Board.”
About 360 Blockchain Inc.
Our Mission: To empower blockchain technologies with capital and experience to create exponential value.
Company Description: 360 Blockchain Inc. has an all-round view to accelerate the development and application of revolutionary blockchain technologies by investing capital and expertise. We are founded on the belief that blockchain technology (a distributed ledger that is transparent and incorruptible) has the potential to transform the way business is conducted, delivering security, cost savings and efficiency gains not seen before in our internet-connected world. 360 Blockchain is focused on these technologies as they apply to cryptographic tokens and transactional cryptocurrencies; enterprise-grade smart contracts; global data management; media distribution and ownership; supply chain auditing and beyond.
For further information, please contact:
Mr. George Tsafalas, President and CEO or
Anil Mall,Investor Relations
Telephone: 1 (778) 806-5150
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