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Author Topic: Has Megan Burton of CoinX lost her fuckin' mind?  (Read 1156 times)
Gleb Gamow
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November 29, 2015, 04:39:13 AM

Megan Burton is the CEO and Founder of CoinX ( CoinX is company dedicated to the development of technologies surrounding the financial services industry. CoinX is committed to mainstreaming applications to help with compliance, verification, and transaction monitoring.

Megan also serves as Chairman of the Board for Atlanta-based technology consulting company, SeeGee Technologies ( In 2004 Megan founded the company as it grew to become one of the South East's Premier Security Service Providers. Megan has received a number of prestigious awards and has been recognized for her advocacy of women-owned businesses, as well as her significant contributions to civic and community causes.

Megan is a passionate activist and philanthropist to a number of national and Atlanta-based organizations and an enthusiastic mentor to other women business owners. Megan has received a number of prestigious awards and honors and has been formerly recognized by Women in Technology, Greater Women’s Business Council, NAWBO, and CRN.

In addition, the company also secured money transmission services in the US through an agreement with US based payments company, CoinX. Digital X said the partnership is expected to help accelerate the development and commercialisation of AirPocket by up to two years, as the company will leverage CoinX's already established and licensed banking relationship in 40 US states.

As a result, the company was able to publicly launch the beta version of AirPocket on September 29, 2015.

One would be hard-pressed to find a single company that Eugeni "Zhenya" Tsvetnenko hasn't fucked up to the max after attaching himself to it. Since Megan Burton is some sort of security expert, it's safe to say she's done her due diligence, thus well versed in Tsvetnenko's background, but has opted to bed down with him in the above mentioned dealing.

For that reason I'd say that CoinX's user base best reconsider their position with that entity, otherwise they'll soon be crying' like Mintsy's users are doing now thanks to Tsvetnenko's involvement.
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