OIO Holdings, a Singapore-based blockchain service provider, announced today that it has appointed Rudy Lim as CEO of its blockchain business subsidiary. OIO is listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the company partnered with Moonstake in 2020 to promote blockchain staking.

According to the official announcement, the company plans to promote B2B blockchain staking services. Moonstake and OIO have worked together on a number of projects in the past, including a strategic alliance for joint intellectual property ownership for Moonstake’s deployed products in February 2020.

Lim was Head of Fintech at DBS Bank in Singapore for more than two years. While at DBS, Lim started a program called Startup Xchange to help entrepreneurs provide innovative solutions to business problems. The newly appointed CEO served Singapore Press Holdings for more than 4 years.

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Rudy Lim

“I am honored to serve as Chief Executive Officer of OIO Singapore Pte Ltd, an extraordinary company with enormous potential, whose core is talented people and partners like Moonstake. Blockchain and innovation are two dominant forces driving change for our customers and must have the undivided focus of the entire company. My goal is to ensure that we meet these commitments to our customers, employees, shareholders and stakeholders through strong values, leading innovation and passion, ”said Lim on his appointment.

Blockchain services

OIO and Moonstake plan to use the new hiring to accelerate the roll-out of blockchain deployments in the region. Moonstake aims to provide safe and efficient blockchain solutions to companies.

“OIO is an important local partner helping to accelerate B2B staking as a service and wallet solution for Moonstake in this fast growing market. I look forward to welcoming Mr. Rudy Lim, who, with his previous experience and proven leadership skills, will make him an incredible asset to OIO and accelerate growth for Moonstake even further, ”said Lawrence Lin, CEO of Moonstake, in a recent statement.