Barbadian entrepreneur launches a new blockchain advisory firm to support Distributed Ledger Tech companies

Gabriel Abed, Barbadian FinTech entrepreneur and global blockchain evangelist, has announced the launch of a new Blockchain advisory firm, Novelty Curve Inc.

The announcement was made during his keynote presentation at the 2018 World Crypto Conference in Las Vegas last week.

The announcement was made during his keynote presentation at the 2018 World Crypto Conference in Las Vegas last week.

“The company’s goal is to support, mentor, and nurture distributed ledger technology companies as they progress through their various business cycles. We are particularly keen to work on projects that are innovative, disruptive and are seeking to attain the adequate regulatory framework in their business models,” Abed said to the global audience.

As a Barbados based consultancy and management company, Novelty Curve will focus on providing advisory and consultancy services in the field of blockchain technology.

My island home of Barbados, Novelty Curve‘s base, is eager and supportive to help build the FinTech industry. We are spearheading initiatives that are world first’s and will continue to pioneer in this space,” Abed cited.

The firm would be led by a management team on the island, comprised of seasoned blockchain technology, commerce, and legal professionals.

I am supported by a team of professionals that have the shared vision of seeing distributed ledger technology companies succeed. We pride ourselves in being able to offer a wide array of supporting assets to any consultancy that we are a part of,” Abed noted. (RIGHT, NO HAT)

Services include financing and capital structuring, technical blockchain/cryptocurrency support, business development and strategic partnerships and initiatives, company formation and jurisdictional decision making, networking with industry leaders and strategic positioning of resources.

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