Bitcoin Alliance of Canada’s Director Anthony Di Iorio Relinquishes Role

The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada’s (BAC) Executive Director Anthony Di Iorio has reportedly relinquished his role and resigned from the

canadaThe Bitcoin Alliance of Canada’s (BAC) Executive Director, Anthony Di Iorio, has reportedly relinquished his role and resigned from the not-for-profit corporation’s board, snapping a two-year post.

Mr. Di Iorio assumed the role of Executive Director of the BAC in 2012 in a bid to help foster greater awareness and transparency for Bitcoins in Canada. While he will no longer be a member of the BAC board following the announcement, he will continue to help in an advisory level role.

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Mr. Di Iorio’s move was instigated by a desire to spend more time with family, following a rigorous stint with the BAC that saw a number of key initiatives garnered for the Canadian Bitcoin industry.

On the heels of the move, the BAC board has also appointed Kyle Kemper as interim Executive Director – prior to this juncture, Mr. Kemper has served in a number of senior level roles at Bitcoin Strategy Group and CAVIRTEX.

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