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Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) has appointed Kurt Looyens, as its new CEO.

Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) has appointed Kurt Looyens, as its new CEO.

Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) has appointed in-house Head of Business Development Kurt Looyens, as its new chief operating officer.

Looyens erstwhile command the position of Country executive at ABN AMRO Bank in Kingdom of Spain, and he is going to be taking up from Nick Cowan, because the latter transitions into his role as chief operating officer of the Gibraltar stock market (GSX) cluster.

Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX) has appointed Kurt Looyens, as its new CEO.

The move is one that’s coming back at a vital time for the regulated token sale platform and digital plus exchange, as its digital plus platform is on the verge of listing new tokens.

GBX received a Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) License from the Gibraltar financial Services Commission (GFSC).

Speaking on the appointment, Cowan acknowledged that Looyens’s “vast expertise in finance, business development, and regulative matters can offer the GBX with essential leadership to cement its position as a number one digital plus exchange.”

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