The prominent Australian crypto exchange named Binance-Australia has declared that from now onwards, Leigh Travers has been appointed as the firm’s new CEO (chief-executive-officer). Formerly, he worked as the director and CEO of DigitalX (a blockchain technology-based company).
Binance Australia’s new CEO
An authorized announcement from Binance Australia has appointed Leigh Travers to work as the company’s new CEO. The well-known executive has been experiencing the trade of digital assets since he joined DirectX approximately seven years ago. Travers also worked for almost five years on Blockchain Australia’s board, which is an organization in the blockchain industry of Australia. He disclosed that his latest position at the venue of trading runs along with his interests. He stated that he would perform his duties by focusing on the target of enhancing the role of cryptocurrency in the coming years.
He added that he had been for a long time advocating the advantages that blockchain provides to society. He said that he would be aiming at his interest to raise the crypto adoption level through Binance Australia. He also shared his experience of working so far in the organization by expressing that the chance to communicate with the consumers at the national level is something incredibly exciting. He opined that blockchain adoption is the corridor towards the enormous blockchain business opportunities across Australia.
Sam Teoh, Binance-Australia’s chief-operating-officer (COO), appreciated Leigh Travers for choosing the right option for Binance Australia. He further described that the performance of Leigh had been observed by the whole exchange, and it is much thrilling to have him as a partner. As a result of his work, he elaborated, continuous progress is being witnessed not only in Binance Australia rather on the country-level throughout Australia.
Binance US’ CEO left his designation
Binance US, the American subdivision of Binance, also underwent some alterations previously as Brian Brooks (former CEO) declared his resignation at the start of August. He served as in charge of the exchange for just three months. No explanation has been given by Brooks regarding his sudden exodus. Rather he said that some differences in the technical direction of the exchange became the cause of resignation. Moreover, Ricardo-da-Ros (Binance-Brazil’s country manager) announced the decision of leaving the firm in July. He described that there were some professional differences between him and the upper management of the company.