Blockchain’s Veridium Labs Adds Jaron Lukasiewicz As Advisorbr>
Veridium Labs Ltd, an environmental blockchain technology company that has partnered with IBM to build tokenized carbon credit markets, has announced that Jaron Lukasiewicz has joined its advisory board in a leadership role. Lukasiewicz is the CEO of Autonomos Capital and joins members such as CNBC’s Brian Kelly, Hazem Danny Al-Nakib, Alex Lightman, and Yunsoo Andre Kim.
Lukasiewicz has been a blockchain entrepreneur since 2012, when he founded Coinsetter, a digital currency exchange in the United States and Canada. Coinsetter was eventually acquired by Kraken in 2016. Since then, Lukasiewicz has worked with several high profile blockchain projects through Autonomos Capital, advising their management teams on challenges commonly faced by companies in the burgeoning industry.
Autonomos Capital is a firm that supports companies using blockchain technology to bring about positive social change in the world. As its founder and CEO, Lukasiewicz works with upcoming blockchain companies and connects them with relevant people in the industry, providing strategic industry insight and advice in tandem.
Veridium’s solution for issuing carbon credits will transform them into a tokenized digital asset that can be traded and utilized with less friction, addressing problems associated with using carbon offsets such as expiration dates, price variations, and multiple verification standards.