ICO and blockchain technologies expert Luca Cotta joins BQT crypto exchange

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Former Slack and Telegram app developer joins the first decentralised P2P crypto hedge trading platform. The ICObench expert brings eight years of ICOdriving expertise and anti-scam knowledge to BQT.

BQT has just announced that Luca Cotta is now a member of its advisory board. As an expert on ICOs, blockchain and app-based technologies, Cotta has influenced numerous startups, which have achieved their financial targets. His superbot experience will prove invaluable to BQT, and he has successfully developed anti-scam systems for both Slack and Telegram.

As the first decentralised P2P crypto hedge trading platform, the BQT exchange allows direct negotiations between crypto traders for short-term hedging. It aims to challenge existing crypto trading models by empowering traders to leverage their crypto asset holdings through escrow.

Luca Cotta is a strategic adviser for ETHLend, a Swiss-based technology company, founded in 2017 by Stani Kulechov. ETHLend focus on empowering people through the development of decentralised and hybrid blockchain applications. He is also a highly respected app developer and provides analytical, legal, and technical insights to global investors.

I’m an ICOdriver and have been launching ICOs since the early 2010s, so I’ve been working with startups across the cryptocurrency market,” Cotta said. “BQT’s decentralised P2P crypto hedge trading platform inspires and matches my ambitions. I’ve helped many ICOs succeed in the past, my last one “ETHLend” sold out in just 77 hours. So I want to bring my expertise and experience to this exciting new platform.

Edward W. Mandel

Edward W. Mandel

We are proud to welcome Luca Cotta to our advisory board. His strategic understanding of ICOs will bring great benefits to our team. Luca’s accurate insight and invaluable experience will help BQT and assist us in achieving our strategic goals.” — commented BQT’s CEO, Edward W. Mandel.

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