Coinut (Coins U Trust) is welcoming one of the most established personalities in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies as an advisor who would be a key player in current and future initiatives of the platform, clients’ queries on cryptocurrency and digital assets investments, due diligence on cryptocurrencies, and maintaining a trustworthy and top cryptocurrency exchange platform in Singapore, Canada and the globe.
Cheng Xianfeng has led one of the world’s premier cryptocurrency exchanges, Huobi, which has 10+ million users from around the world in 200+ regional service centres, as a chief technology officer (CTO) for four years since 2016. He has kept the company at the forefront of innovation through guiding engineering, researching and reviewing the latest tech trends in the digital economy for Huobi’s industries in blockchain, public chain, digital assets trading and wallet and more.
Currently, Cheng Xianfeng is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a blockchain-native data platform for DeFi players, EigenPhi, that delivers high-value contextualised trading information in real-time and catering to lending, flash loan and derivative protocols, cross-chain protocols and assets and all EVM chains.
Cheng Xianfeng has also been leading cryptocurrencies, blockchain, IT operations and financial service companies for more than a decade. Previously, he had been the chief operating officer (COO) of OneAPM, an IT operation and maintenance management software and service provider and the Vice President for Technology in Jimubox, a Chinese marketplace lending platform.
Coinut is proud to present our new advisor, Cheng Xianfeng, to address our clients’ needs and demands for cryptocurrency in general, such as becoming educated on how cryptocurrency works, its associated liability and risk management and future improvements.
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