The currency exchange is made up of people associated with the cryptocurrency industry for many years, with experience in an effectively running large projects and businesses as well as an extensive knowledge in the area of IT security.
The owners of the exchange office actively participate (including as speakers) in Polish and international economic and scientific events, including the World Economic Forum in Davos or the Malta Blockchain Summit.
In March 2019, they were the organizers of the conference on Blockchain technology during one of the largest economic and economic conferences in Poland – Welconomy Forum in Toruń.
They also participate in the work of the working group on distributed and blockchain registers set up by the Analysis and Strategic Projects Office of the Ministry of Digitization.
They are co-founders of one of the world‘s first Chamber of Commerce Blockchain and New Technologies, creating its internal regulations and substantively supporting activities. In the recent case of the collapse of the Bitmarket exchange, they were the first to make pro bono reports of suspected crime.
They help shape the legal environment in Poland regarding blockchain technology and digital currencies – a pro bono legal opinion prepared by the Law Firm, in which they are partners, for the Polish Bitcoin Association had a significant impact on changing the decision of the Ministry of Finance regarding the collection of PCC from cryptocurrency transactions in Poland.
Marek Parzyński since 2010 – practically since the beginning of popularization in Poland, he is an advisor and active promoter in the field of blockchain technology and digital currencies. There is, among others co-founder of the Blockchain and New Technologies Chamber of Commerce and arbitrator in the blockchain arbitration court. He is also a member of the working group on distributed registers and blockchain at the Ministry of Digitization.
Co-owner and President of BC&Law – a global organization associating over 70 law firms, dedicated to new technologies and dealing with consulting in the area of blockchain technology.
At KG Legal Kijewski Graś, he is the originator and creator of the New Technologies Department and acts as a Partner.
In addition, he is the president and co-owner of Games Incubator Sp. z o.o. from the group listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange PlayWay SA, he manages PlayWay School. Consultant and creator of the idea of games for Playway SA. He is also a member of several Supervisory Boards, including Gaming Factory SA and GK Capital SA.
For several years he worked in one of the largest fuel sector companies in Poland, which is, among others owner of the MOYA petrol station network. He co-created the MOYA project from the very beginning. He created the Central Purchasing Department and the Project Division from scratch, under which he implemented many development and innovative projects.
A graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics – he graduated from Finance and Banking as well as Management and Marketing at the same time. He is currently a&snbp;doctoral student at SGH in the Department of Administrative and Financial Law of Enterprises.
Attorney Bartosz Graś has many years of professional experience. Founder and partner of the Kijewski, Graś sp. K. law office. In his practice, he deals primarily with civil, commercial, energy, enforcement, insurance, administrative and bill of exchange law. For many years, he has been simultaneously dealing with issues in the field of commercial companies law and related fields. In particular, it focuses on restructuring processes, ownership changes, acquisitions and mergers.
He conducts numerous court cases with complicated facts and significant value of he dispute.
He is the author of articles for numerous legal magazines, he often appears as a specialist in TVN, Polsat, and is a regular guest in TVN Turbo and Tok FM. Attorney Bartosz Graś uses his knowledge and experience by conducting social activities, and by participating in the activities of the European Legal Aid Foundation, of which he is the founder and the President. He is also a member of Supervisory Boards.
Co-founder of BC&Law Ltd. – an organization of law firms dedicated to new technologies and dealing with consulting in the area of blockchain. He is also an arbitrator in an arbitration court at the Blockchain and New Technologies Chamber of Commerce.
Member of the Program Council of the “Local Government Poland” Program, a nationwide network financial institution owned by the local government. The program works to develop and support the micro, small and medium enterprises sector. The members of the Program Council are, among others Aleksander Kwasniewski, Jerzy Buzek and Krzysztof Janik.
Michał Kijewski has over 17 years of professional experience. In his practice, he deals primarily with the issues related to infrastructure projects and real-estate transactions, covering the full range of matters related to real-estate investments, with particular emphasis on issues related to real-estate development and development. Provide assistance mainly to business entities in the form of ongoing consultancy as well as work on individual projects.
Has in-depth knowledge in the field of reprivatization of real estate and perpetual usufruct issues.
He is looking for compromise solutions for his clients and helps in settling disputes amicably. He prepared investment contracts for acquisitions of companies (along with due diligence) , including start up and listed on the Stock Exchange.
Member of the Program Council of the “Local Government Poland” Program, a nationwide network financial institution owned by the local government. The program works to develop and support the micro, small and medium enterprises sector. Members of the Program Council were, among others Aleksander Kwasniewski, Jerzy Buzek and Krzysztof Janik.