Future FinTech Establishes a New Blockchain Division

Future FinTech | January 03, 2022

Future FinTech Group Inc., a leading blockchain-based e-commerce business and a fintech service provider has now established a new blockchain division to its business. The new division will be responsible for managing the existing blockchain sector business. It will play a key role in formulating and executing strategic plans for business growth.

Future FinTech Group Inc. is a well-known blockchain e-commerce company. In Florida, it is the leading provider of financial technology. The company's operations include Chain Cloud Mall ("CCM"), a blockchain-based online shopping mall platform, and supply chain financing and services. The company is also engaged in the development of blockchain cryptocurrency mining.

Future FinTech has appointed Mr. Zhi as the president of the new division. He’ll be the key person to direct the company's blockchain business ahead. The primary mission of the new blockchain division is to develop, operate, and manage the company's bitcoin mining farm plans in the United States and Paraguay. Further, the mission is to coordinate with the Dubai-based digital currency trading service and crypto asset management business through its FTFT Capital Investments LLC subsidiary.

Mr. Yan has broad experience in blockchain and cryptocurrency. He has been general manager of Cloud Chain Network Technology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. since February 2020. He also served as the Chief Technology Officer of the company between February 2018 and February 2020. Mr. Yan managed the development of the real-name blockchain-based e-commerce platform for Chain Cloud Mall.

We are enthusiastically developing a sophisticated and cutting-edge financial services platform and are also intent on executing a global expansion strategy for our cryptocurrency mining business. The establishment of this new division has come with responsibility for executing this strategy and underscores our commitment to being a leading firm in this sector."

Mr. Shanchun Huang, Chief Executive Officer of Future FinTech


A Chief Financial Officer is central to the success of any organization. So any changes to that role, especially if those changes are being driven by broader trends impacting the function of the CFO across multiple industries and operational models, are important to recognize and understand.


A Chief Financial Officer is central to the success of any organization. So any changes to that role, especially if those changes are being driven by broader trends impacting the function of the CFO across multiple industries and operational models, are important to recognize and understand.

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