VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 06, 2017 Glance Technologies Inc. (CSE:GET.CN) (OTCQB:GLNNF) (FKT:GJT) is pleased to announce it has appointed strategist Alexander H. Perkins to its advisory board.
“I am incredibly excited to join Glance’s Board of Advisors. I am impressed by GlancePay’s technology as well as its leadership, and believe it is a perfect candidate for tokenization,” says strategist Alexander H. Perkins. “Blockchain is precipitating fundamental change in the financial services industry, and I firmly believe that the team at Glance Technologies is well ahead of the curve and will become a dominant player in the payment processing space.”
Mr. Perkins is a blockchain advisor and fintech consultant with expertise in initial coin offerings (ICOs). Mr. Perkins is presently a fintech consultant at Uptick Growth, where he advises clients on the ICO process, including investor relations, media strategy, private placements, corporate strategy, and governance. Mr. Perkins has served as an Advisor and Vice President of Strategy for Humaniq, a blockchain company working to deliver banking services to the 2 billion “unbanked” globally which hosted a successful ICO in early 2017. Mr. Perkins has worked in a strategy capacity on ICO deals within payments, financial services, energy, decentralized search, eSports/gaming, and SaaS for life sciences. Previously, Mr. Perkins was an Associate at Deep Knowledge Ventures, a London-based venture capital firm focused on early-stage investments in fintech/blockchain companies and biotech companies, where he oversaw the firm’s blockchain/fintech deal flow. Mr. Perkins has also served as an advisor to Insilico Medicine, a pharmaceutical research company based in Baltimore, MD that is applying artificial intelligence and deep learning to drug discovery. Mr. Perkins founded Dreamleague Gaming, an eSports tournament hosting body focused on the American university market, overseeing business development and brand partnership development.
Mr. Perkins earned his Master’s in Finance and Bachelor’s in Accounting and Finance from Claremont McKenna College, where he was a Robert A. Day Scholar.