Author: Wang Yanhua
Eric Piscini, former global blockchain leader and partner at one of the “Big Four” consulting firms, Deloitte, has left the company, Forbes reported. Piscini, who helped build a USD50 million global blockchain practice for Deloitte, is joining the startup Citizens Reserve.
Citizens Reserve is currently raising USD150 million to move the world’s fragmented supply chain networks to a blockchain.
It is a shared database designed to be used by every level of a supply chain including suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and retailers. Within the project, a new digital currency ZERV has been developed using the ERC20 token. The cryptocurrency will reportedly be used by consortium members to access the blockchain, allowing them to implement nearly instant borderless transactions.