Cryptocurrency accounting service Verady welcomes Bo Shen to Board

Verady, a cryptocurrency accounting and audit technology service today announced Bo Shen, founder of Fenbushi Capital and Blockasset Fund, has joined the Board of Directors along with making a personal investment in the company. Verady combines blockchain technology and industry thought leadership to bring accounting and audit services to the cryptocurrency market.

Founded in 2016 by Kell Canty and Nathan Eppinger and headquartered at Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), Verady recently launched VeraNet, a network that makes audit and accounting of cryptocurrencies possible.

Bo Shen invests in Verady

Shen has held prominent roles at several successful businesses, including CEO of DACx, managing partner of Confederated Asset Management and CEO of Shanghai HuaJi Holdings. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology and a master’s degree in Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech.

“Verady is addressing an area that is a huge issue for the blockchain world,” said Shen. “Their team has tremendous capabilities and a strategic vision. I look forward to helping them bring together the blockchain community and the traditional finance world.”

“Having Bo Shen join Verady’s board brings his incredible experience, talent, and depth of relationships to bear on our future growth and direction,” said Kell Canty, co-founder and CEO of Verady. “Also the investment will allow us to expand our team and accelerate the development of VeraNet.”

Nathan Eppinger, co-founder and CTO of Verady said:

“VeraNet is a transaction harvesting network that bridges traditional financial accounting with cryptocurrency. Expanding VeraNet is critical to handle the diversity of Blockchains and integrate them into modern financial practices. The openness of blockchain networks have made what we do possible and we hope to provide as much value as possible back to the amazing community so this space can continue to grow and interface with traditional systems along the way.”

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