Quanta CEO Harmen Brenninkmeijer commented on the appointment of Papachristou by stating that he was a valuable addition to the senior team. Within Papachristou’s remit will fall activities such as promoting expansion and innovation.
Brenninkmeijer has noted that Papachristou is an individual who keeps up to date with developments and adapts to changes well. He is particularly experienced in managing operations and projects and is a dynamic and motivated professional with a proven track record in project management, as well as seeing through projects from concept to completion.
Quanta highlighted other valuable skills present in Papachristou, such as critical decision making, exceptional communication skills, and building diverse teams. As part of the official statement, Papachristou himself added:
“I am excited to take on this role and to focus on Quanta’s potential to utilise revolutionary technology to bring unparalleled security, transparency, and immutability to the gaming sector and beyond. As a true believer in Quanta’s vision for the future, I have confidence in the new management team and its ability to lead the company to success.”
Quanta has been adding a number of high-profile executives recently. To bolster its operations in Africa, the company added Deji Enwezor as CEO of Quanta Nigeria. In a similar vein, the company also appointed John Kamara as SVP African Operations. Back in March, the company appointed CPO Ian Sherrington as its new Chief Product Officer (CPO).
In another recent update, the company informed investors about the QNTU Price Fixing and Swap/Stake Extension in anticipation of a massive token swap later in September. Quanta is still a community-driven project that relies on its token holders to standby until trading is restored in September.