- Argo Blockchain recently appointed the non-executive director, Ian MacLeod, as the executive chairperson of the firm.
- Ian replaced the earlier existing chairman, Mike Edwards’ post, and also serves as corporate secretary and general counsel at an e-commerce-focused investment fund, Teligence.
Argo Blockchain PLC, recently appointed the non-executive director, Ian MacLeod, as the executive chairperson of the firm. Ian replaced the earlier existing chairman, Mike Edwards’ post, and also serves as corporate secretary and general counsel at an e-commerce-focused investment fund, Teligence. Ian was made with an immediate effect and now has a huge responsibility on his shoulders.
The Argo Blockchain, which is one of the latest Blockchain technologies, evolved in the year 2017 and has been continuously making updates in its techniques. Based in the United Kingdom, this is one of the cryptocurrencies mining companies which also provides the users with a cloud-based platform for mining purpose, the Mining as a service or MaaS.
The firm believes that it has one of the cleanest powers and also has one of the best machines which would perform efficiently and effectively to harness the technologist’s best. The team that operates them is very much professionals, and these features are something that makes them different from the rest. The technology which acts as an infrastructure of the Blockchain also enables the transparency, security, and verification of the Blockchain.
– This was the statement made by the new chairperson of MacLeod.
The firm has mentioned that Edwards, now having retired from his post, will focus more on his global e-sports venture in South East Asia. Moreover, talking of the advancements of the company, it said that Argo is ahead if it’s scheduled for the machines it has laid. There are more than 17,000 installed machines in the very first quarter of 2020, amongst which 15,730 cryptocurrency mining machines are currently operating. With this, the company looks forward to creating milestones under the guidance of its new chairperson.