Bitcoin Magazine Creator and Ethereum Co-Founder Joins Aragon

Cryptocurrency veteran Mihai Alisie joins the advisory board of the Spanish blockchain startup Aragon.

Aragon, a Spanish blockchain startup developing a decentralized management platform for organizations, has announced the latest addition to its board of advisors, Mihai Alisie. He joins Aragon’s board soon after the platform’s recent token sale raised $25 million in less than fifteen minutes.

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Aragon co-founder and Project Lead Luis Cuende said: “Aragon is honored to announce that Mihai Alisie will be joining the team as an advisor. As one of the original four Ethereum founders, Mihai has been and will continue to be an invaluable contributor to Aragon with his vast experience and limitless knowledge of the ecosystem. We both deeply share our profound interest in the societal implications of decentralization, and you can see that in his work on AKASHA.”

Mihai Alisie

Involved in blockchain technology since 2011, Mihai created Bitcoin Magazine in 2011 together with Vitalik Buterin, later joining him as one of the original four Ethereum founders in late 2013. Following the Ethereum pre-sale, Mihai served as Strategic Manager and Vice-President of the Ethereum Foundation until late 2015 when the Ethereum genesis block materialized.

Mihai Alisie commented: “The Ethereum dream turned into reality almost two years ago. Today projects like Aragon are taking that original dream further by enabling people from all around the world to create and manage borderless organizations. I am excited to be a part of Aragon and to provide the best of my knowledge and experience towards empowering humans with new tools for organization at global scale! Let a thousand decentralized organizations bloom!”

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