Humaniq founder taking over as chief executive
Alex Fork, the founder of Humaniq, is taking over as CEO as Dinis Guarda steps down to take up a new role in another business.
Guarda was appointed as an interim CEO on a short-term contract, successfully establishing a strong and stable base for Humaniq through its startup phase, enabling the company to set up partnerships with numerous companies and several fintech influencers globally.
The appointment of Fork as chief executive will see the company build on this foundation and continue towards its vision of providing services for the unbanked based on blockchain technology and biometric identification.
“Alex is a hard worker, with a big vision who will use his digital skills, business acumen and ability to bring people together to great effect,” commented Guarda. “His vision and passion for how blockchain and biometric technologies will be put to mass usage around the world is exactly what Humaniq needs as the organization enters its next chapter of scaled product development and growth.”
According to a company statement, Fork will focus on making Humaniq more competitive in the blockchain space by enhancing innovation, partnerships and amplifying confidence in Humaniq’s potential.