Bitcoin Historymaker Charlie Shem Joins Kuende To Share Crypto Expertise And Skillset
Charlie Shrem is one of the most notable names in the entire cryptocurrency industry and has been an advocate for decentralized currency. He recently became a part of a Telegram group involving Mike Kimelman, Bob Quintana, and Pavel Antohe, after meeting at the City Blockchain Summit. After many discussions about the vision and changes that they hope to accomplish in the industry, figuring out the right way to launch a collective project.
In a Medium post from Antohe, he describes the ongoing discussions with Shrem, saying,
“A perfect chemistry formed between his vision of how the blockchain is changing the world and our vision. It was clear how it will help us make our micro-economy transparent and secure, to reward our user and help and support the mass blockchain adoption.”
After deciding that he was in favor of the Kuende business plan that the company projected over the next few years, he decided to join the cause.
The post continues, talking about the “powerful vision” of Kuende – “creating meaningful and valuable interactions between people.” They want to transform the way that users interact on these websites, much in the same way that blockchain has challenged the way that consumers and businesses see technology.
Antohe notes that Shrem,
“is bringing a lot to the table: his analytical thinking is something out of this world.”
In his description of the benefits to having Shrem on board, Antohe said,
“I am impressed with how he likes to build and design systems and infrastructures. He will help us a lot with the tokenomics, in order to find the perfect balance between our two tokens in our testing phase after the ICO is over. Together, we will also look for other partnership opportunities, with some of his projects in which he invested or funded that are complementary and synergize with Kuende.”
As the whole team sees it, Shrem’s addition to the team means that they should be able to reach the goals that they have for their ongoing success post-ICO.
Antohe ends the post on a positive note, saying,
“I’m extremely excited to see what happens next, and I hope you will join us on this journey to help make the blockchain more accessible to everyone.”
To learn more about the ICO, visit ico.kuende.com. On that website, users will also be able to view the whitepaper, outlining the functions and goals of Kuende for the next few years.