The Netherlands-based Qoin Foundation has named Stephen DeMeulenaere as its chief technology officer.

As the tech head of the City Currency Management Group, a division of Qoin, he will be responsible to design and implement city-specific digital currencies especially in Aisa, Europe, and North America.

Prior to taking up this position, DeMeulenaere worked in the same organization as its Asia region leader. He joined Qoin in January 2010 as a fellow and is involved with the organization for the last 9 years.

Making of community-specific currencies

The Den Haag-headquartered organization is helping cities to overcome systemic social, environmental, and economic challenges by incentivizing impact with smart city currencies and citizen-led investment funds. It mostly works with the local administrative bodies and has a reach in Europe, Asia, and North America.

Founded in 1998, the fintech company was first working on centralized digital currencies, however, with the introduction of Blockchain , it was quick enough to shift its focus on blockchain-based digital currencies.

An expert in the field

DeMeulenaere is also involved with many other blockchain projects and is currently the advisor to Hatch CoLab and Global Ecobrick Alliance - Earth Enterprise.

Prior to taking up his full-time role at Qoin, DeMeulenaere worked for PundiX as its director of international partnerships. He joined the company as an ICO advisor and blockchain evangelist.

The double major from the University of Victoria also co-founded Coin Academy in 2014 in Singapore to provide “trading in blockchain, Bitcoin , and cryptocurrency theory, philosophy, and technology.”

In his Linkedin profile, DeMeulenaere mentioned that he has over 25 years of experience with digital currencies and 8 years with blockchain-based currencies. He also obtained an array of certification to master his skills on the decade-old technology.

DeMeulenaere was also an advisor to Yetta Foundation, lead community manager of Bitwala Gmbh, and marketing strategy advisor to Crypto Endowment Fund.

The Netherlands-based Qoin Foundation has named Stephen DeMeulenaere as its chief technology officer.

As the tech head of the City Currency Management Group, a division of Qoin, he will be responsible to design and implement city-specific digital currencies especially in Aisa, Europe, and North America.

Prior to taking up this position, DeMeulenaere worked in the same organization as its Asia region leader. He joined Qoin in January 2010 as a fellow and is involved with the organization for the last 9 years.

Making of community-specific currencies

The Den Haag-headquartered organization is helping cities to overcome systemic social, environmental, and economic challenges by incentivizing impact with smart city currencies and citizen-led investment funds. It mostly works with the local administrative bodies and has a reach in Europe, Asia, and North America.

Founded in 1998, the fintech company was first working on centralized digital currencies, however, with the introduction of Blockchain , it was quick enough to shift its focus on blockchain-based digital currencies.

An expert in the field

DeMeulenaere is also involved with many other blockchain projects and is currently the advisor to Hatch CoLab and Global Ecobrick Alliance - Earth Enterprise.

Prior to taking up his full-time role at Qoin, DeMeulenaere worked for PundiX as its director of international partnerships. He joined the company as an ICO advisor and blockchain evangelist.

The double major from the University of Victoria also co-founded Coin Academy in 2014 in Singapore to provide “trading in blockchain, Bitcoin , and cryptocurrency theory, philosophy, and technology.”

In his Linkedin profile, DeMeulenaere mentioned that he has over 25 years of experience with digital currencies and 8 years with blockchain-based currencies. He also obtained an array of certification to master his skills on the decade-old technology.

DeMeulenaere was also an advisor to Yetta Foundation, lead community manager of Bitwala Gmbh, and marketing strategy advisor to Crypto Endowment Fund.