Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – April 27, 2020) – HyperBlock Inc. (CSE: HYPR) (“HyperBlock” or the “Company“) announced it has appointed legal expert, blockchain and public markets veteran Bryan Reyhani to its Board, effective immediately.
Reyhani is the founder of The Woodgates Group, a private consulting firm specializing in accelerated business and capital growth, strategy and alternative opportunities. He currently sits on the Boards of Torque Esports Corp. (TSXV:GAME) and Captor Capital Corp. (CSE:CPTR). In 2016, Reyhani was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors of FXCM (n/k/a OTC:GLBR) managing regulatory, financing and corporate governance matters.
A Merrill Lynch alumni and a former partner at Loeb & Loeb LLP, where he led a legal team in the financial services and regulatory practice group, Reyhani went on to found Reyhani Nemirovsky LLP in 2012, where he and his team specialized in regulatory matters and developed a specialty practice related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. In 2014, Bryan co-founded SolidX Partners, a venture capital backed startup in the developing digital asset capital markets arena. Reyhani is a graduate of Syracuse University, earning a BA, Political Science, cum laude in 1996 and received his JD from Brooklyn Law School in 1999. Reyhani joins HyperBlock COO and Director Roozbeh Ebbadi and Independent Director Ronald R. Spoehel on the Company’s Board.
About HyperBlock Inc.
HyperBlock is a crypto-asset enterprise operating a North American cryptocurrency datacenter and providing complementary product offerings, which include cryptocurrency mining, Mining-as-a-Service (MAAS), server hosting, and server hardware sales, depending on market conditions. HyperBlock operates sustainably, purchasing electricity for its flagship US datacenter from a hydro-electricity generator — and employs advanced recycling technology to minimize environmental impact. Learn more at www.hyperblock.co
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