Former head of OKEx joined Huobi

Former head of OKEx joined Huobi

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The former head of the Hong Kong cryptocurrency exchange OKEx, Chris Lee, joined the competitive Singaporean trade platform of Huobi as a vice-president on global development of business.

Lee will head subdivision of exchange, responsible for confluences and absorptions, and also for general strategy development company within the framework of her motion to global expansion.

“I believe in technology of blockchain and consider exchanges the heart of industry”, – declared Lee.

About the care from the post head OKEx Lee declared a week ago in WeChat. Lee worked with a paternal company OKEx, OKCoin, from 2015, and then, in February of this year, he occupied the post of CEO OKEx since a founder OKCoin, Star Xu, abandoned this position.

In WeChat Lee marked that in recent year the head of OKCoin changed with unusually high-rate.

“For my former employer I did everything, that could. The first generation of international and managing commands of OKCoin went away. How much did remain from the second generation? And how many technical directors did go away for the last three-four years”?

Retirement Lee happened soon after prosecutions from the side of investors in that OKEx manipulates trading in the futures on bitcoin on the platform. The representatives of exchange declared then, that never engaged in manipulation by none of the markets, and does not plan to do it in future.

Information about that Lee will continue work in Huobi came only week after since he abandoned the post of CEO OKEx. As an exchange declared then, on this step he went on the personal circumstances, including a desire to “begin a new life”.

In a public record in WeChat Chris Lee underlined that in the last few years on OKCoin (former name OKEx) the whole pleiad of top-managers was replaced.

“My former employer. I did everything I was able. The first generation commands managers went away. How many did remain representatives of the second generation? And how many for the last three-four years did go away technical directors”? – he wrote.

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