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VNX Exchange adds to Advisory Board

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VNX Exchange, a Luxembourg-based digital asset marketplace, has appointed Michael Jackson to its Advisory Board. Jackson will work on the development of Venture Capital and Blockchain ecosystems. Both are key components for VNX Exchange.

“Today VNX Exchange is on track to commercial launch of its platform. This is very exciting and important milestone for the company. I am sure Michael’s previous experience in fast-growing companies will help VNX,” says Alexander Tkachenko, CEO and Founder of VNX Exchange.
 
VNX Exchange is an asset backed token issuance platform and secondary trading marketplace. VNX provides a turnkey solution to raise capital and manage liquidity and opens alternative investment opportunities for regular investors alongside top-tier lead investors. In the past few months the technical team has been working hard to develop the technical part of the VNX platform.
 
“I am absolutely fascinated to work with VNX Exchange. I share the idea of transforming the traditional capital markets with the help of new technologies which is in the core of the project and was watching VNX from its inception. The project has come a long way in development,” says Jackson.
 
Jackson is also a board member of Volvo Cars and AXA Insurance, as well as software companies Blockchain and Kneip Communications. He reached these positions after a career transforming the communications industry, first as a senior executive in Tele2, Europe’s leading alternative operator, and then as Chief Operating Officer at Skype in its formative years, creating its business model followed by ten years as an investor, company builder and fund manager as a Partner at Mangrove Capital Partners in Luxembourg – one of the top decile performers in the European Venture Capital industry. He graduated with honours from University College London with a degree in Communications Engineering and is a guest lecturer in their MBA program: The Business of Telecoms.

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