Sun Exchange, a South African based solar energy marketplace built on the blockchain recently appointed two prominent leaders in the crypto industry as advisors: Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert. The two advisors are well known for successful ventures they have been involved in which includes Heisenberg Capital and the Keiser Report amongst others. Now they will be involved with the energy distribution firm to help drive sustainability in the distribution of sustainable energy.
Sun Exchange also has other advisors which include Danny Kennedy, Managing Director of the California Clean Energy Fund; David Orban,Founder and Managing Partner of Network Society Ventures; and Michael Terpin,CEO of Transform Group. Keiser and Herbert will be joining the Sun Exchange advisory board to aid in the dedicated drive towards expanding the firm’s potential to its greatest heights.
The Sun Exchange had been recently selected by the United Nations Development Program to pilot blockchain-based solar finance in Moldova. So getting these experts on board is a bonus. CEO, Heisenberg Capital and co-host of the Keiser Report, Stacy Herbert, says
“The decentralized and distributed nature of the Sun Exchange platform and service perfectly compliments Heisenberg Capital’s investment philosophy to liberate the world from the centralized legacy cartels currently strangling the global economy, whether in the energy sector or the banking industry.”
The buy to lease energy market place has also won global recognition for its disruptive and different approach to solar finance built on the blockchain. For the past two years, the company has been named the best Blockchain Business in Africa at the African Fintech Awards. The company has also won the Mondato Award for Social Impact in Sub Saharan Africa.
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