London-based BTL Group Ltd has announced that Guy Halford-Thompson – one of its co-founders, has made the decision to resign from the Board of Directors. He will now focus his time on other ventures and opportunities, according to the company.
Brian Hinchcliffe, Executive Chairman of BTL stated: “On behalf of the Board, we thank Guy for his leadership in the founding of the Company and for his hard work and dedication to BTL. We appreciate that Guy has offered to be available to the Board in the future to provide advice and his insight as required, and we wish him well in his future pursuits.”
BTL is a technology platform provider that owns Interbit, a third generation blockchain platform, which enables business applications to be built quickly, easily and with security. It is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange and operates from both the Canada and the UK – with offices located in Vancouver and London.
“The last three years have been an incredible journey, and I would like to thank all of the management, board and executive team for all of the hard work that has gone into making BTL the leader that it is today.” Said Guy Halford-Thompson himself.