Paygine - open financial platformPaygine is an open financial platform designed to operate within its own proprietary banking structure and designed to serve FinTech and crypto-business needs in areas of money remittance, cryptocurrency exchange, and payment for "real" goods and services.
- Project TypeToken
- Platform Ethereum
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply151,750,000
- Primary SectorFinance
- JurisdictionNone specified
Kirill Radchenko has been working as CEO of Best2Pay, one of the leading e-commerce gateways. He is responsible for the company’s main strategy and business development. Previously, Kirill worked for SEB Bank (SEB Group, Sweden) for over 6.5 years, first as head of its payment cards division, then as head of business development. Kirill has 13+ years of experience managing IT projects, business planning, and developing bank products at an international company. He has in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations of VISA and MasterCard, and cards processing.
Michael Luposhtyan was CEO of Pay Engine Limited, UK, until 2012. He has worked in businesses related to international payments since 2011. From 1993 to 2011, he worked in the international container transportation field, working in customs clearance and freight forwarding through the sea-trading port of St. Petersburg. He was also a general director at a customs broker, deputy director of a branch at a steamship company, and has held other positions.
Maxim has 12 years of experience implementing large-scale, nation- wide financial solutions all around the world. Projects include implementation of national retail-payments solutions under central banks’ mandates, central depository systems for central banks and stock exchanges, and multiple projects for commercial banks.
Raniya Luposhtyan has been a shareholder of Pay Engine Limited (Best2Pay) for the past five years. Raniya has more than 10 years of experience in consumer banking, with ABN AMRO Bank, Bank Renaissance Capital, and Banque Societe Generale Vostok, leading, implementing, developing, and maintaining credit initiation, customer service, and regional development. She also has five years of experience at Sberbank, in the banking transfers and credit cards group.
Alexander Petrov has been working as director of cards technologies for one of the top 10 banks in Russia. He is responsible for the development of cards, acquiring, and e-commerce-related services, as well as for the operation of systems that those services function on. Previously, Alexander worked for Raiffeisenbank for over 10 years, first as head of processing and then as head of banking cards division. Alexander has 15-plus years of experience in cards, payments, and payment schemes.
Gary J. Ross focuses his practice on securities law, venture capital and private equity, corporate governance, and general corporate matters. Gary represents private companies (at all stages), including those exploring blockchain/cryptocurrency opportunities, as well as angel investors and investment funds. Gary has extensive experience advising on SEC- registered and exempt capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings of common and preferred equity, debt offerings, and initial coin offerings. Gary regularly counsels registered and exempt investment advisers as to compliance issues. His experience also includes expert witness engagement in commercial litigation matters. Prior to founding Ross & Shulga PLLC’s predecessor firm Jackson Ross PLLC in 2013, Mr. Ross worked in the Capital Markets and Corporate Transactions & Securities practice groups at SidleyAustin LLP and Alston & Bird LLP, respectively.
Arina Shulga is a corporate and securities attorney with significant experience in start-up law, securities offerings and general business representation. She is experienced with advising small to midsize companies on formation, contract review and negotiation, private placement of securities, intellectual property matters, and internal governance issues. Before founding Ross & Shulga PLLC’s predecessor firm Shulga Law Firm PC in 2010, Arina spent seven years at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.
Azat is a former director at Morgan Stanley Private Banking, based in New York. Priorto that he worked as a vice president at BNY Mellon’s Moscow office, where he was responsible for business development. Azat also cofounded the firm Aneta McCoyAdvisory. He has expertise in wealth management and experience in capital markets. He obtained a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Anastasia Klimenko is an attorney practicing corporate and international law, mergers and acquisitions law, and litigation. She earned her master’s degree from Duke University School of Law and her bachelor’s degree in Civil Law from Moscow State Academy of Law. She is a member of the NewYork State Bar Association.
In parallel with Paygine project, Byanmunkh is running “Truly Digital Bank” project in Mongolia, aiming to build first digital bank in Mongolia. Byanmunkh experience includes projects implementation in Central bank of Mongolia, Mongolian Stock Exchange and number of commercial banks. You can refer to his LinkedIn page for more details.
Salah Abci is a professional holding partner position in Grant Thornton, Algeria. Salah has a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry, including Central Bank of Algeria. Skilled in Negotiation, Risk Management, Corporate Finance and IFRS. Having strong entrepreneurship experience that is focused on Economics, Finance, Accounting and Banking he is helping Paygine team to build perfect platform for FinTech community.
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