Provenance Blockchain Foundation Hires Valerie Wagner as Senior Director of Onboarding and Adoption
Engineering veteran who held leadership positions at Figure and SRI International brings significant blockchain adoption expertise to Provenance Blockchain Foundation
SAN FRANCISCO, August 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Provenance Blockchain Foundation, an organization focused on supporting the development and adoption of DeFi applications leveraging Provenance Blockchain, is delighted to welcome Valerie Wagner as Senior Director of Onboarding and Adoption. In her new role, Valerie will help financial services participants successfully leverage Provenance Blockchain for material business and customer value, ensuring a seamless onboarding experience for Provenance Blockchain users and developers.
Wagner joins the Provenance Blockchain Foundation after most recently serving as the Director of Engineering at Figure, where she led the work integrating Figure Loans onto the Provenance Blockchain. Prior to his time at Figure, Wagner spent more than ten years as a senior software engineer at SRI International, working on projects as diverse as bioinformatics, ground penetrating radar, artificial intelligence and emotion analysis in speech. .
“Valérie combines deep, hands-on blockchain engineering experience with excellent partnership and collaboration skills,” says Morgan McKenney, CEO of the Provenance Blockchain Foundation. “Given that our users and developers are entities focused on improving financial services, we are excited to have Valerie in this role to help facilitate the adoption and build of Provenance Blockchain.”
Provenance Blockchain is uniquely positioned as a platform designed specifically for institutional-grade regulated financial services. Provenance Blockchain enables the world’s leading financial institutions, fintechs and asset managers to enable the entire lifecycle of digital assets on the blockchain: from origination, to financing, to financing and trading. And Provenance Blockchain successfully transforms lending, securitization, payments and exchanges, supporting more than $10 billion in operations. The USDF consortium is also building a bank-issued token deposit network on the Provenance blockchain to enable banks to leverage the blockchain for 365x24x7 instant payments and programmable money with strong KYC/ AML.
“I am thrilled to have joined the Provenance Blockchain Foundation team and look forward to serving as a solutions architect and adoption catalyst for financial services institutions leveraging Provenance Blockchain,” Wagner said. “This is a critical time for the future of financial services and I am thrilled to be able to help users adopt Provenance Blockchain’s full suite of solutions.”
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