The blockchain fintech, Ripple announced Wednesday the appointment of another top executive from Facebook. This time, the company has hired Kahina Van Dyke, a banking industry veteran. Van Dyke was Facebook’s global payments director. She has been appointed as Ripple new senior vice president of business and corporate development.
Ripple had earlier in December, last year hired Tom Channick to serve as its head of communications. Channick, who resumed in January 2, previously served as a corporate communications manager for Facebook’s advertising and business integrity unit.
The company also announced that its

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