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The BUYTEX team is currently doing the final preparations for the official launch: running all the necessary checks and tests so that exchange users get the most secure access to all the tools.
Vincent Veisman who for the past year has been in charge of the Coinsbit exchange, has taken up a post of CBDO at BUYTEX, which is currently rolling out its high-tech cryptocurrency exchange.
Vincent Veisman had been in charge of Coinsbit since 2019 (the exchange launched in 2018). Under his leadership, it managed to attract over 2,000,000 users and reach $5 billion in monthly trading volume according to CoinMarketCap.
The new CBDO will focus on managing business processes at BUYTEX and developing the platform, listing crypto projects and expanding BUYTEX further out into the market.
Asked about his decision, Vincent Veisman said:
“I’m grateful to the Coinsbit team, but it’s time to move on. I believe that BUYTEX Exchange will soon become one of the most notable platforms on the digital asset market… I see huge potential in BUYTEX and I share the innovative vision that is shaping the platform”.
Initially, the BUYTEX exchange was scheduled to launch mid-August, but the company made a decision to postpone the launch to conduct all the necessary tests and completely debug the platform. The exchange positions itself as a highly technological platform with high transaction speed and the highest level of security for both transactions and personal data.
The BUYTEX team has stated that it is currently doing the final preparations for the official launch: running all the necessary checks and tests so that exchange users get the most secure access to all the tools, including a set of unique trading instruments.
“On behalf of the BUYTEX team I want to thank Vincent. I am convinced that his extensive experience and expertise will greatly benefit BUYTEX and speed it up on its path to success. We are all very happy about his joining our team,” said the CEO of BUYTEX Andreas Berg.