Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LAS VEGAS - May 20, 2019 - The ABP was founded in September 2018 by Savio Gomez, who serves as President alongside six members of the Management Council: Jacob Salvador Ortiz, Chris Butler, Thomas Enechi, Olta Andoni and Tim Rainer.
“I’m very happy to serve as a council member of an organization that empowers individuals/ professionals in the space to connect and collaborate with each other while demystifying and working on creating a more transparent industry,” said Olta Andoni, ABP Council Member. She added, “It is only through a unified voice that we will be able to advocate for many potentials that the blockchain industry represents for our community while overcoming many barriers to these advancements.”
The Alliance Of Blockchain Professionals began as the Union Of Crypto Advisors (UOCA). Shortly after its inception, the Council Members decided on a re-branding due to the diversity of member’s respective industries. Today, the ABP’s roster includes advisors, attorneys, C-level execs, consultants, marketers, developers, designers, a few Ph.D.s, bankers and brokers, to name a few. Every member of the ABP is involved in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, A.I., IOT or fintech.
Not everyone qualifies to be a member. High standards are put into consideration in order to maintain the level of trust placed in the groups members. There is an application process and approval must be given by the Management Council. The ABP hosts a wide range of activities that can be summed up with these five key principles.
Education and training
Through these principles, the ABP aims to make membership status something that is sought after by professionals and unequivocally valued by the industry.
More information and details into the ABP’s goals and policies can be found in the organization’s Charter document via the website.
Savio Gomez, President ABP Source :
Alliance Of Blockchain Professionals