Blockchain Developer PeerStream Adds Sheri Kaiserman To Advisory Boardbr>
Blockchain social media and business developer PeerStream, Inc. has appointed capital markets and blockchain veteran Sheri Kaiserman to its advisory board.
Kaiserman has more than 25 years of equity sales experience. She is a founder and Principal Advisor at Maco.la, a blockchain venture capital, advisory and talent resource firm. Maco.la utilizes its team’s extensive experience and global network to invest capital and resources into innovative enterprises seeking to provide solutions that enable the broader adoption of blockchain technology into the global economy.
Kaiserman previously served as the head of the Equities Division at Wedbush Securities, which she built and ran for 16 years. Under her leadership, Wedbush published the first Wall Street research report on the topic of bitcoin and blockchain in 2013 and was one of the first financial services firms to start investing in the sector.
Prior to joining Wedbush, Kaiserman spent 10 years at Oppenheimer as an Institutional Equity Research salesperson.
“Sheri Kaiserman is an accomplished Wall Street veteran and an early advocate of blockchain technology and its unique attributes,” said Alex Harrington, chief executive officer of PeerStream. “As such, we believe that she will be a great addition to PeerStream’s Blockchain Advisory Board as we continue to integrate blockchain technology into PeerStream Protocol (“PSP”) and build PeerStream Business Solutions. Sheri brings a wealth of knowledge on market development and blockchain enterprise opportunities; we look forward to her contributions and welcome her to PeerStream.”
“I’m excited to join the Blockchain Advisory Board of PeerStream, which has a rich history of technological innovations,” said Kaiserman. “Integrating blockchain to elevate its service offerings is a brilliant direction for the Company, one which has already opened up new markets and client opportunities under the recently launched Business Solutions unit and positions the Company for potential future growth,” said Kaiserman.