TORONTO, Jan. 18, 2019 /CNW/ - HyperBlock Inc. (CSE: HYPR) — one of North America's largest publicly traded diversified crypto asset enterprises — provided an update today on the company's board of directors (the "Board").
The company confirmed the recent resignation of Rob Segal, who served as a director on the HyperBlock Inc. Board from July 2018 to January 2019 — and previously served on the CryptoGlobal (acquired by HyperBlock Inc. in July 2018) Board since CryptoGlobal's inception.
About HyperBlock Inc.
HyperBlock is one of North America's largest publicly traded diversified crypto-asset enterprises. The company operates one of North America's largest and most efficient cryptocurrency datacenters and provides five complementary product offerings focused on helping people and businesses create, safeguard, manage and grow crypto-assets. HyperBlock profit centers include cryptocurrency mining, Mining-as-a-Service (MAAS), server hosting, server hardware sales and a proprietary custodial vault product. Learn more at www.hyperblock.co
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