A cryptocurrency clearing solution based on DLT.
- Project TypeBlockchain
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply2,000,000,000
- Primary SectorInfrastructure
- JurisdictionNone specified
Benjamin has extensive experience in Chinese and US financial service and enterprise software companies. He worked at Hua Tai United Securities for more than 5 years as associate CIO, where he was responsible for building industry-leading investment bank support systems. At Options Clearing Corporation, he worked directly on the development and operation of ENCORE?—?the system used in the US for options clearing. He holds an MBA from the University of Texas in Austin, an MA degree from the University of Notre Dame and is a master graduate from the University of Science and Technology of China.
With a strong background in clearing and settlement processes for the securities market, Benjamin realized the potential of blockchain and DLT for the digital asset market. This is what encouraged him to form the Global DAEX Foundation and kick-start the DAEX project.
Jason has been focusing on Fintech product design and application research for several years. He is a former product manager in China Zheshang Bank Fintech Application Research Center. In this role, he took charge of the first blockchain project that was implemented into the core systems across all domestic commercial banks. He was also involved in the first enterprise accounts receivables platform based on blockchain technology.
Listed below are two blockchain patents he holds in Mainland China:
- System and methods for blockchain key management
- System and methods for improving blockchain querying efficiency
Jason also holds a master degree in software engineering and a bachelor degree in electronic information engineering from Zhejiang University.
Hana Zhang is an investor of several exchange platforms and is an initial member of IDEL (International Digital Economic League). She has been an entrepreneur in blockchain and digital assets since 2014. She is also regarded as an opinion leader in blockchain applications and technology development for digital assets trading. At ViewBTC, she provided sophisticated consulting services to blockchain and cryptocurrency startups. After seeing the current problems of centralized models for digital asset trading, she knew there was a need for a decentralized approach to serve as a solution. This is what encouraged her to co-founding DAEX.
Lois has several years of experience in business development and marketing roles for Fintech and SaaS enterprises. She is a former senior business development manager at Tencent, where she won the award of “Most Outstanding Employee” in 2014. In this role, she was responsible for forming strategic partnerships for WeChat Pay/TenPay with other Fintech enterprises. She has also helped several Fintech clients enter the App Store with a top 10 ranking.
|Q3 2018||Q3 2018 - Technical Whitepaper: Clearing Value Factor (CVF) and wallet solution based on a trusted computing environment|
|Q4 2018||Q4 2018 - Technical Whitepaper: DAEX Fund report, token plan (clearing-as-mining), node deployment and governance model|
|Q4 2018||Q4 2018 - Release Test Net for Beta Testing|
|Q2 2019||Q2 2019 - Release Main Net 1.0|
|Q4 2019||Q4 2019 - Release Main Net 2.0|
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2. Upcoming token offeringsNo upcoming token offerings
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|DAEX Public Sale||09 Sep 2018||14 Sep 2018|
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