Netki, Etana, and Polymath will officially be members of the Polymesh Association and signatories of the Polymesh Governing Council as represented by appointees.
The Polymesh Association has officially released the names of the three representatives of the Polymesh Governing Council.
The Polymesh Governing Council is crucial in Polymesh governance as the primary decision-making body of Polymesh. Its main role is to chart a path forward for future development, and it can also fast-track proposals to deal with emergency fixes.
Membership in the Governing Council was originally determined by the Polymesh Association. Today the Polymesh Association officially announces that:
- Netki, with Justin Newton as its appointee, is a member of the Polymesh Association and signatory of the Polymesh Governing Council
Commenting on the announcement, Newton said: “Securities are a key part of the digital asset ecosystem and poised to experience dramatic growth in the immediate future. Polymesh has accomplished the twin goals of building technology capable of fulfilling regulatory compliance requirements and fostering institutional confidence. At Netki, we are excited to be working with Polymesh to help drive the standards and build that future together.”
- Etana, with CEO and Founder Brandon Russell as its appointee, is a member of the Polymesh Association and signatory of the Polymesh Governing Council
Commenting on the announcement, Russell said: “It’s clear that Polymesh’s technicality and industry-expertise will position it at the forefront of the shift towards tokenization, and Etana is excited to work with Polymesh to help guide the blockchain forward to fulfill that promise.”
- Polymath, with CEO Vincent Kadar as its appointee, is a member of the Polymesh Association and signatory of the Polymesh Governing Council
Commenting on the announcement, Kadar said: “It was an exciting time for Polymath when Polymesh launched, and the excitement is only building as we see more companies embracing this revolution. Polymath looks forward to continuing to work closely with Polymesh providing valuable institutional- grade products and services that provide transparency and protection for all in the ecosystem.”
Going forward, membership of the Council will be managed by the Council itself.
For more on Polymesh governance, go to polymesh.network/governance.