Aragon Adds International Blockchain and Governance Experts as Advisors
Aragon, the decentralized management platform for companies, recently announced the latest additions to their Board of Advisors.
Ahead of their token sale, which begins starting May 17, 2017 and runs through June 14, 2017, Aragon invites Kenny Rowe, COO of the Dai Foundation, and Jake Brukhman, Co-Founder of CoinFund to the team.
In addition to the new board members in play, Aragon has announced the launch of an Estonian-based non-profit, Aragon Institution MTÜ.
Built on Ethereum, Aragon is the first management tool developed with one goal in mind, to disintermediate the creation and maintenance of companies all around the world. Aragon will offer a new, more efficient model for companies to operate and requires only the Internet to function.
It implements basic features such as cap table management, governance, fundraising, payroll, and accounting, supporting all areas of company management via a seamless interface.
“Aragon is extremely pleased to be bringing two of the industry’s most trusted and respected experts on board as Advisors: Kenny Rowe and Jake Brukhman. Both advisors bring with them a wealth of industry experience and knowledge to the board and are well equipped to make significant contributions to the project,” said Luis Cuende, Co-Founder and Project Lead at Aragon.
“Maker DAO has been one of the best examples of transparency in governance within the community. Having Kenny Rowe, their governance lead, advise Aragon on the governance of the Aragon Network and Aragon organizations, is incredible. Rowe will assist us in shaping the growing Aragon community,” added Cuende.
“As one of the most connected individuals in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space, Brukhman will be assisting Aragon in partnering with other unique and ambitious projects, further cementing Aragon as a growing organization within the industry. His background in crypto-economics will also be crucial to his advisory role, as he will support Aragon in assessing the financial incentives in the Aragon Network for long-term success,” added Cuende.