Managerial Changes at OKCoin; Tim Byum is the New GGRO
OKCoin is currently leading in digital asset exchange, and it operates in about 184 countries. OKCoin, on March 6th, announced the appointment of Tim Byun as OKGroup’s GGRO (Global Government Relations Officer).
In similar changes, Hong Fang, OKGroup’s current company chairman, was announced as the CEO, changes that will take effect on March 31st, 2020.
Mr. Byun’s role in the creation of OKCoin, especially in the US, was excellent, with him propelling the company to launch its first US office. The OKCoin US office was established in September 2017 in Mountain View, California.
Later, in June 2018, he was the supervisor during the opening of the company’s US headquarters near the San Francisco Bay. To further his contribution to OKCoin, Byun led market research to expand this company into the European market. This expansion included introducing OKCoin’s Malta Office and the Euro-book launch, which occurred in October 2018.
Byun’s role as GGRO is fostering the faster geographic expansion of OKCoin while vouching for OKCoin to all global governments and regulating authorities.
According to Byun, the government’s universal collaboration is vital to foster faster adoption of cryptocurrency to the globe. More critical are the governments that have already set a proper regulatory framework, like Germany and France. Transparent working of governments, regulators, and crypto developers will be the primary driver of the crypto industry’s growth.
According to Byun, the new positional changes are essential for OKGroups expansion. He noted that Chairman Hong is a natural leader with enough skills and experience to help in OKCoin’s growth and will fit as CEO.