The founding director of the Delaware Blockchain Initiative has left the project.
Andrea Tinianow announced the move in a Jan. 2 post on LinkedIn, and confirmed to CoinDesk that she had left the government-backed initiative on Dec. 31. Tinianow added that she has already started in her new part as the chief innovation officer for Worldwide Kompass, a Delaware-based management consultancy firm.
Tinianow indicated her new part will see her consulting for organizations in both the public and private sectors, which includes on concerns related to blockchain tech – especially in the areas of legal, government and international affairs.
Her departure is notable offered Tinianow’s previous involvement in launching the Delaware Blockchain Initiative. That function led to the passage of a new law in Delaware clearing the way for corporations in the state to concern and shop shares by way of a distributed ledger.
The legislation was signed into law by Delaware lawmakers last July, a move that came much more than a year soon after former Delaware Governor Jack Markell announced an ambitious blockchain roadmap for the state in Might 2016.
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Published at Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:30:29 +0000