Live Discussion with Ron Quaranta, COO of Loyyal

Join PYMNTS on Friday, August 26, 2016 at 12:00 PM (EST) for the “Topic TBD” series with special guest Ron Quaranta, Chief Operating Officer of Loyyal.

This 15 minute live fireside chat will be hosted by Karen Webster where she and her guest will position interesting topics on the fly, keeping the conversation very energetic and informative.

To attend this exciting live digital discussion on Friday, August 26, 2016 at 12:00 PM (EST), please complete the registration form shown below:

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About Ron Quaranta, Chief Operating Officer of Loyyal 

Ron possesses over 25 years of experience in the financial services and technology sectors. He currently serves as Chief Operating Officer of Loyyal, the universal loyalty and rewards platform, built with blockchain and smart contract technology. He also serves as Chairman of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance, a non-profit trade association promoting comprehensive adoption of blockchain technology across financial markets. Prior to this, Ron served as CEO of DerivaTrust Technologies, a pioneering software and communications provider of secure transaction and information platforms for financial market participants. Before this he held a variety of senior roles at Thomson Reuters, the global news and information firm, culminating as Global Head of Trading Analytics.

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About Loyyal

Loyyal is the universal loyalty and rewards platform, built with blockchain and smart contract technology. It introduces interoperability to the currently fragmented industry, multi-branded coalitions, superior program liability management and dynamic issuance/redemption options customized for each unique relationship.



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