More private banks are approaching to the crypto world by joining a startup

Of the genuine partner private banks, only five are left in Switzerland. Now, with the Lucerne Reichmuth, the first of them takes a step towards the crypto world.

Tokensuisse has now a cooperation

Just last March 25, the blockchain and crypto startup Tokensuisse announced a cooperation with Hypothekarbank Lenzburg, as reported. Now the young company has stretched the feelers in the direction of another bank.

Tokensuisse has appointed Reichmuth & Co’s Chief of Operations Dionys Berwert to the Board of Directors. The Luzerner Privatbank is thus apparently the first of the last five banks run by full partners to venture into the world of Blockchain.

No turning back in the tech matter

Reichmuth was convinced that this technology would massively change the world over the next few years, Berwert said in the press release on Tokensuisse on Tuesday. “The commitment in the highly innovative start-up TokenSuisse will allow us to follow the development up close,” he said.

Competence Center for Blockchain

Berwert has been with Reichmuth since 2004, in which he is a non-compliant partner. In 2001, he founded a consulting firm called Finalix, prior to that he had been a consultant with Accenture.

About this crypto startup

Tokensuisse was founded by Alain Kunz and offers itself as a competence center for blockchain, cryptocurrency and token economy. It is therefore in direct competition with companies such as Bitcoin Suisse or Crypto Finance.

In addition to Berwert, Jörg Wilhelm joins Tokensuisse’s Board of Directors. The lawyer represents the fintech investment company Tokenpay Swiss, which is involved in Tokensuisse.

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