ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- James McEvoy, a community advisor for Daily Voice's North Rockland site, appeared in an April episode of "The Cooler" with host, lifestyle reporter Rebecca Berman.
Berman, of Hudson Valley, launched the television show.
During his appearance, McEvoy discusses Charna Wallet, his business venture.
"I was so lucky to have James Mcevoy on my show. James is a very successful business professional and he will be a household name in just a matter of time. His personality is beautiful, and his business is one of my favorites. I got the chance to ask him a few questions about Charna Technologies after the show," Berman said introducing the segment.
The following are some of the questions and answers from the interview:
How did the company get the name, and when did you get the idea to start a new technology?
"Our main mentor passed away a couple of years ago. He always wanted to name one of his projects after a dear cousin he had, named Charna. So we fulfilled his wish using that name to identify our core company."
What is your mission statement?
"Charna Technologies is devoted to provide advanced and efficient methods of communications, data storage, finances, crypto currencies and many other services using the latest and most user friendly developments, to the benefit of our consumers."
How long have you been in the tech/finance industry?
"Our combined experience is of more than 40 years. As is common in the cyber world, most of our talent is young, innovative and eager to make an impact in the marketplace, through new visions and simple interfaces."
Who are your competitors?
"The cyber industry is wide so there are many other great groups trying to reach similar goals. But our vision of a more simplified use of the technology, coupled with a wider scope of solutions, makes us unique in terms of scope, expediency, security and growth."