Facebook founder Elder Sister Joins Cryptocurrency Exchange Huobi's Advisory Committee.

Hey Ninjas, It is interesting to note that many tech big guys are beginning to adopt cryptocurrency openly. This is only a step towards the big picture as we believe cryptocurrency will shape the way we live our lives.

The news just reaching us is that the elder sister - Randi Zuckerberg of the giant social media founder, Facebook has joined as a member of the cryptocurrency exchange platform Huobi Chain Expert Advisory Committee. Randi Zuckerberg is currently the Founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media and a former senior executive of Facebook.

The essence of this advisory committee set up by Huobi is to provide its users and the community comprehensive professional advice and discernment on the blockchain technology, industry application, and business model construction, other dimensions of the blockchain, as well as information and support during the election of the Huobi Chain Leader Championship program. Earlier in June, the exchange launched this program to run on the public blockchain and become a genuinely decentralized autonomous organization.

She will meet with seven other people on the committee to join the blockchain technology industry.

The seven members of the committee are

Steve Hoffman - Silicon Valley start-up godfather

Xiaolei Liu - professor of finance and accounting & director of Blockchain Lab at Guanghua School of Management in Peking University

Ooi Beng Chin - fellow of Singapore National Academy of Science (SNAS) and distinguished professor of Computer Science at National University of Singapore (NUS)

Don Tapscott - CEO of Tapscott Group

Jeffrey Wernick – Early stage investor of Airbnb, Uber and Bitcoin, 

Lon Wong - Founder & CEO of ProximaX, and 

Jihan Wu, Co-founder & Co-CEO of cryptocurrency mining company Bitmain.

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