Las Vegas, Nevada, Feb. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RocketFuel Blockchain, Inc. (OTC: RKFL) (“RocketFuel” or the “Company”), a developer of blockchain-based check-out technologies for eCommerce and brick and mortar retailers, today announced that it had appointed Kurt Kumar as its Vice President, Marketing and Business Development. In this newly created position, Kurt will oversee development and acquisition of new business in the rapidly growing crypto payments space. Kurt has over 20 years’ experience in tech, having driven strategic roadmaps and meeting business objectives at Universal, Warner, Sony, ATT and more. He is also well known for running Crypto conference BLOCK-CON and a frequent speaker on Blockchain, Crowdfunding and related technologies.
Peter Jensen, CEO of RocketFuel commented: “We are thrilled to have Kurt join us, being one of the few people in the industry who understands the landscape and have the deep knowledge of both Crypto and Fiat space and the ability to bridge them together succinctly. I am excited to have him join our company to lead us into our future.”
About RocketFuel Blockchain, Inc.
RocketFuel Blockchain Inc. is developing blockchain-based technologies to bring highly efficient check-out and privacy protection solutions to eCommerce and brick and mortar merchants and their customers.
The blockchain technologies developed by RocketFuel are designed to focus on enhanced customer privacy protection eliminating the risk of data breach while increasing the speed, the security and the ease of use. RocketFuel believes that users of its technologies will be able to enjoy seamless check-out and forget about the clunky cart paradigm of the past. We also believe merchants will be able to implement new impulse buying schemes and generate new sales channels that may be unavailable in present day eCommerce sites. More information about RocketFuel is available at: rocketfuelblockchain.com
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