Ex-OECD counterfeit taskforce chair joins Chronicled advisors

Blockchain company Chronicled has appointed two new advisory board members to bolster its expertise in technology and government.

The new additions are David Luna (pictured) – who was formerly chairman of the OECD's Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade and currently heads up consultancy group Luna Global Networks – and Silicon Valley figure AG Gangadhar who has previously held senior executive positions at Google and Uber and currently sits on the board of directors at Madison Logic. The company says the duo will “advise the company in technology, go-to-market, and partnering areas.”

Chronicled has developed a blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) platform that promises to monitor and secure goods in the supply chain. It is a key player in the MediLedger project, which was set up last year and aims to show how blockchain can sit alongside the pack-level serialization that will be deployed in the US as a result of the  Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and help prevent falsified medicines entering the supply chain.

“AG brings deep experience designing and deploying distributed network infrastructure, and he will be invaluable in assisting our team with optimization of blockchain data networks for performance, uptime, security, and resiliency,” commented Chronicled chief executive Ryan Orr. “David is well-connected in the international community to counter illicit trade and has relationships with many global associations and organizations that face exactly the kinds of problems Chronicled technology was designed to solve.”

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