Former MoneyPolo CEO Starts New Venture with Czech Fintech Firm XIXOIO

Rozhok was the CEO at MoneyPolo, which is owned by Mayzus Financial Services Ltd, up until March this year.

The former Chief Executive Officer of MoneyPolo and Mayzus Financial Services Ltd, Nikolay Rozhok, has begun a new venture – XIXOIO. According to LinkedIn, Rozhok who co-founded the company has been appointed as its CEO this month.

XIXOIO was founded last year and is based in the Czech Republic. On the firm’s LinkedIn profile, it says the company aims to create an ecosystem for assets, banking and fintech solutions on blockchain.

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Specifically, it says: “Our aim is to build and nurture a new financial ecosystem to fulfil the needs of clients from various industries, including established, real-world businesses and the financial sector.”

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“For that purpose, we are building a modular platform including solutions such as financing, crypto-fiat gateways, legal, compliance, consulting and custody.”

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Nikolay Rozhok
Source: LinkedIn

Rozhok was the CEO at MoneyPolo, which is owned by Mayzus Financial Services Ltd, up until March this year. The company provides alternative corporate and individual banking solutions. These range from products such as Multi-Currency Accounts, Wire Transfers, Prepaid Cards, and Forex Exchange Services.

Earlier this week, MoneyPolo released a statement for its clients, warning them against making investments with Originalcrypto and affiliated companies Bali Limited LTD and UPC Consulting, which were falsely claiming to be business partners with Mayzus.

The announcement said: “We strongly recommend not investing in companies that provide false information about the partnership. We would also like to remind our customers that Mayzus Financial Services is a provider of payment services. The company does not provide investment or other financial services and does not have any partnership or affiliation agreements with binary options and forex companies.”

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