Huobi’s US Platform HBUS Appoints Frank Fu as CEO

Job Appointments | June 26, 2018 By:

HBUS Inc., the US strategic partner of  the Huobi exchange, has appointed Frank Fu as chief executive officer. He will be based in San Francisco.

Fu joins HBUS from Meitu, Inc., where he held several executive positions, including managing director of Meitu Global and international investment. In this role, he led a team responsible for operations, global branding, product development, user acquisition, and market share growth. This generated a combined growth of 500 million new mobile subscribers globally. Fu also founded several blockchain mobile consumer applications and digital media startups in the US and Asia. Previously, he served as the president of Kingsoft Office Software US, a subsidiary of Kingsoft. In addition, Fu served as vice president and general manager at Bitfone, a pioneer mobile device management company acquired by HP for $160 million.

“I am incredibly excited about this new role that enables me to lead the expansion of HBUS in the U.S. market,” said Fu. “This is a compelling time in the cryptocurrency industry. I look forward to assembling a team dedicated to building a world class virtual currency and digital asset platform that offers the best customer experience, technology innovation, and regulatory compliance.”

Launching soon, HBUS offers a marketplace to buy, sell or trade virtual currencies.  The company is headquartered in San Francisco and led by a senior team hailing from Percolata, NVIDIA and Stanford.