On January 9 Billon’s Board of Directors appointed Agnieszka Gotlibowska-Horoszczak as a Chairwoman and Non-Executive Director of the board. In addition Anand Phanse, Billon’s interim CFO, was appointed to that role permanently and joined the Board of Directors of the company. Those decisions come in line with expected Billon’s expansion and enterprise deployments in different geographies and market sectors in 2019.
As a lawyer I am witnessing blockchain changes the way how the rights of digital economy participants are protected and enforced in areas such as online transactions, sensitive documents management and IP rights.
Agnieszka Gotlibowska-Horoszczak, Chairwoman of Billon Group
Bio - Agnieszka Gotlibowska-Horoszczak
Bio - Anand Phanse
Billon is a blockchain technology company which created a regulatory-compliant DLT platform to manage money, identity and data. The platform can be used by enterprise companies to eliminate operational bureaucracy. The proprietary blockchain architecture stores data directly on-chain with no service costs.
Billon was established in Poland 2012.The development of its unique blockchain protocol has been supported by many R&D grants, including the EU Horizon 2020 program. In 2017 after few years of R&D work commercialization of its technology started. Billon was part of the first cohort of FCA regulatory sandbox and became a small e-money issuer using a blockchain technology. In 2018 the company started working on document management based solely on its technology. In November 2018, the company won the world's largest fintech festival in Singapore, organized by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, showing a solution to zero-cost blockchain micropayments.
Billon’s clients include Phillip Morris, Mitsui Knowledge Industry and biggest Central Eastern European credit bureau, BIK.
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