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Liquidity.Network expands team in anticipation of Ethereum payment network rollout

Liquidity.Network expands team in anticipation of Ethereum payment network rollout
Liquidity.Network is a scalable off-chain payment system which allows Ethereum users to make payments without costly transaction fees. By utilizing payment hubs, Liquidity.Network allows multiple users to send cost efficient Ethereum micropayments for the very first time.

As part of its ongoing expansion, Liquidity.Network has announced the recruitment of a number of new team members ahead of its much-anticipated launch in Q3 2018. Liquidity.Network is in the final few months of preparing to launch a new scalable off-chain payment system and app which allows Ethereum users to make payments without costly transaction fees.

The new team consists of engineers, IT security professionals and marketing professionals. Thibault Meunier has worked for the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Imran Khan has experience in business development at Microsoft, Tony Tran worked in prestigious roles at General Electric (Renewable and Non-Renewable), Mohammed Kasstawi was a founding partner of zK Capital and Guillaume Felley is the designer of the TLS-N Blockchain Oracle system. Other additions include George Sedky who has experience in the design and theory of cyber defense and Janine Videva joins Liquidity.Network with a wealth of Fintech marketing experience.

The varied experience and backgrounds add confidence to Liquidity.Network as it aims to become a leading (and only bi-directional) payment platform on Ethereum.

“With the addition of such strong team members the Liquidity.Network is making a clear statement about its intentions. For long-term success, we see it as essential to bring the best and brightest over to our cause and see our new team members as a reflection of that belief. The experience, energy, and determination of our newly enlarged team give us the resources to endeavor to fulfill our vision of a scalable, off-chain payment solution.”

Liquidity.Network co-founder Arthur Gervais

The addition of new team members takes Liquidity.Network from strength to strength and sets it up to become one of the most important payment platforms to emerge in 2018. Given its innovative approach to payment routing, off-chain transactions and multi-use payment channels, Liquidity.Network has already become a leader in the quest for scalable payments on Ethereum.

Liquidity.Network offers an easier, more flexible solution to conduct blockchain payments. Through its unique architecture of off-chain payment hubs, Liquidity.Network enables users to conduct P2P off-chain micro-payments, with little to no-fee without the need to lock up rigid funds as collateral. Liquidity.Network’s inherent simplicity allows users (for the first time) to pay and receive funds through a simple app. This is made possible by a native and unique Liquidity.Network feature called REVIVE.

The Liquidity.Network, after successfully implementing their vision on top of the Ethereum blockchain, aims to expand and offer the same payment platform on multiple platforms. Indeed, Liquidity.Network can already support Bitcoin (through rootstock), Ethereum Classic and plans to expand to Neo and Dfinity. The addition of multiple talented new team members allows their vision the best chance of success as they plan to eventually implement their concept across multiple protocols.

Liquidity.Network was recently praised by Ethereum Co-Founder, Vitalik Buterin, in a recent talk at EDCON in Toronto as well as on his Twitter account. Vitalik Buterin’s comments show that Liquidity.Network’s vision of a network of off-chain payment hubs, which allow for next to no-fee microtransactions across the Ethereum network, is a welcome development. This has set Liquidity.Network up as the leader to usher in the next phase in the evolution of scalable and usable solutions on the Ethereum network.

Source:Liquidity.Network

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