SelectCore Appoints Blockchain/Cryptocurrency Strategist to Advisory Board

Concord, Ontario, CANADA


TORONTO, Aug. 02, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SelectCore Ltd. (“SelectCore” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:SCG).  SelectCore Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Aaron Grinhaus to our Advisory Board.

Aaron Grinhaus is an experienced business and tax consultant who has developed a niche expertise in the use of Fintech strategies, including the use of Blockchain technology, smart contracts and cryptocurrency to reduce business costs, hedge institutional friction and expedite capital raises and cross-border wealth transfer transactions.

Mr. Grinhaus is a business and tax lawyer by trade, and his firm, a mid-town Toronto, full service boutique law firm, was one of the first firms in Canada to publicly advise on the practical uses of Blockchain and shared ledger technology, as well as accept cryptocurrencies as payment. His firm's clients, which operate in a variety of industries and countries world-wide, leverage his knowledge and creativity in the area to plan for current and future business uses of the technology and its application in the business world.

Mr. Grinhaus frequently gives presentations on a variety of business and law related topics and has acted as chair, presenter and lecturer through a number of organizations including the Ontario Bar Association (OBA), Ontario Hospital Association, RBC Dominion Securities, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and Michigan State University College of Law, among others. He is also heavily involved in the legal community having served on the Governing Council and several section executive boards of the OBA for over a decade and having served as Director and General Counsel for several not-for-profit and charitable organizations, such as the Mississauga Real Estate Board and the Canadian Association on Gerontology.

Mr. Grinhaus holds law degrees from University of Ottawa (LL.B.), Michigan State University College of Law (J.D.) and a Masters in Tax Law from Osgoode Hall Law School of York University (LL.M.).

Mohammad Abuleil, President and CEO SelectCore comments, "We take great pride in welcoming someone of Aaron's caliber to our Advisory Board. At SelectCore, we are preparing for the future as it relates to the Payments space. We have a defined strategy in creating ubiquitous cryptocurrency accessibility. Having the right braintrust guiding the company will ensure a self fulfilling prophecy of success."

Aaron Grinhaus adds,  "Our team believes in growing with the technology and needs of our clients. From transferring wealth across borders without banks to executing contracts without lawyers, cryptocurrency platforms are on track to becoming the dominant means of exchange across the world.”

About SelectCore (www.selectcore.com)

Established in 1999, SelectCore is a leading prepaid financial services provider. From prepaid mobile top-up to stored-value cards and remittance solutions, SelectCore services a market of millions of under-banked consumers, corporates and governments  through its technology platforms. SelectCore was ranked by Profit100 as one of Canada's fastest-growing companies in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010.  SelectCore was also ranked one of North America’s fastest growing companies on Deloitte’s 2011 Technology Fast 500.

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