The man who launched a blockchain and cryptocurrency assurance division for PwC in Switzerland is becoming a member of Tezos as chief monetary officer, the muse confirmed in a information launch on June 11.
Roman Schnider is leaving the Big Four agency after 15 years, and Tezos says he’s already acquainted with the group, because it was the primary main blockchain venture to have its finance and enterprise operations audited by PwC.
Tezos describes itself as a platform specializing in smart contracts and decentralized applications that provides a protocol ruled by stakeholders. Ryan Jesperson, the president of the Tezos Foundation, mentioned:
“As the foundation continues to provide resources to a growing Tezos ecosystem, the CFO and operations lead will be critical to our success. Roman’s experience makes him the ideal finance and operations specialist for our team. He is already familiar with the opportunities and challenges blockchain projects face and has a deep understanding of the Tezos Foundation from his time at PwC.”
Schnider is succeeding Eelco Fiole within the CFO function, and mentioned he was trying ahead to “serving and supporting the Tezos community in the most effective, efficient and transparent way possible.”
Late final month, reviews revealed that Tezos was about to endure its first token holder administered replace after proposals have been authorized in a three-month vote.
In March, it emerged that PwC was the highest recruiter for blockchain-related jobs on the Indeed web site — comfortably surpassing rival auditing corporations akin to Ernst & Young, Deloitte and KPMG.
Tezos set records again in July 2017 when it managed to elevate bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH) price $232 million at the time. It took a yr for the muse to launch its beta community after the venture was rocked by inner disputes and class-action lawsuits, as lined by a Cointelegraph analysis.