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I’m Alvin, VP of Engineering at TenX. Our community team recently asked if I might respond to one or two posts on our forums, and after browsing the comments I thought it best if I give an update on our Engineering blog.
I’m very grateful for your feedback and continued support. The community has done everything from defending us to calling us scammers; from sending us fan-made swag to making a meme of me (that was rather embarrassing tbh). Whether you’re hopeful for our impending card launch, upset about delays or are downright negative about our prospects, I am humbled that you’ve come online to tell us and share your views with the community. The TenX team is driven by our mission to deliver to you, our customers, and it is your continued encouragement that pushes us to our best.
People have asked what the employees of TenX are doing. I imagine this is borne out of frustration and a long wait to get a card to spend your crypto. I share your frustration; especially when there are situations not within my control, but I’ll share what I can from the teams I work with.
First, executives. Running a business and in fact being a leader of any sort is about managing risks, building partnerships and inspiring others (including our customers!) to see the future that we collectively can bring.
This is what myself and others on the executive team do on a daily basis under Toby’s leadership. We also group frequently to strategise, but I won’t elaborate on that as I gather from feedback that you probably want insight on our progress.
Outside of the executive team, most of our employees are currently focussed on delivering the cards. In addition to leading an excellent Engineering team that mostly runs ...
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