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Financial service platform Evrynet, which provides infrastructure for developers and businesses to build CeDeFi apps, has added some new members to its list of project advisors, according to the press release shared with iHodl.

This should not be a surprise, as the team behind the project is continuously attracting new talents from within the blockchain space and MIT to expand its reach in the financial world. In fact, Evrynet plans to announce additional collaborations in the near future.

As far as the current appointments is concerned, Evrynet has welcomed three new members. The first one is Loi Lui, CEO and co-founder of Kyber Networks, an on-chain liquidity protocol powering multiple dApps. He is also known for designing the first sharding protocol for public blockchains, which inspired the creation of Zilliqa.

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Another addition to the team is the Stellar Development Foundation co-founder David Mazieres, who is also a professor of Computer Science at Stanford. He has contributed to the development of Evrynet and the Evry whitepaper.

The third advisor appointed by Evrynet is Professor Robert Townsend, a renowned economics professor at MIT and consultant for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the World Bank.

The expansion of the project's board of advisors comes shortly after Evrynet attracted $7M in private funding.

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