BetterBetting (BETR) is looking to step forward in its plans for development, with the appointment of a new chief technical officer (CTO) and supervisor board.
David Vanrenen has been appointed Chair of the Foundation; Simon Collins and Velvo Vaht join the Supervisory Board; and experienced IT software architect Steve Gray has taken up the role of CTO at BETR.
Joining the Foundation board, Simon Collins, Founder of Gaming Realms Plc and an experienced executive in the online gaming business, commented: “I’ve known Adriaan for many years and respect his track record in the industry. When he came to me with the BETR proposition – peer-to-peer betting on the decentralised Blockchain – I immediately invested. I am delighted I have been invited to join the Foundation board and look forward to working with the team to chart new territory with the BETR token.”
Velvo Vaht, an entrepreneur and partner at Finance Plus OŰ, emphasised his excitement over the BETR proposition:“Estonia is becoming a ‘go-to’ destination for new and exciting crypto ventures and BETR, established in Estonia, is becoming a leading proponent of the use of Blockchain technologies to facilitate decentralised, escrow contracts. I believe we can expect great things from the technology that BETR are developing, with the uses for the BETR utility token potentially extending way beyond the current betting application.”
Coming in to head up the experienced development team, Steve Gray outlined: “I’ve been involved with building the current BETR app for Android and the more I have become involved, the more excited I am by the potential for the BETR.”
Gray joins Ian Sherrington, Sportsbook Architect, and the rest of the development team at a critical time, with the soft launch of the BETR betting technology now well underway having launched successfully for the World Cup.