Andreas Antonopoulos and Dmitry Buterin, among others, are denying their involvement in well-known Canadian investor Alex Tapscott’s projects. Other ecosystem heavies have made similar declarations. Based on reporting, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) has dropped their underwriting of Mr. Tapscott’s latest effort.
Forbes Senior Editor, Laura Shin, reports during two articles of an ongoing saga involving well-known Canadian investor, Alex Tapscott. His Toronto-based Nextblock Global is set to launch a 100 million CAD project, investing “early stage in seed rounds of companies and projects which may or may not choose later on to do a token sale or initial coin offering,” according to its website.
Ms. Shin found at least four listed advisors to Mr. Tapscott’s current venture are denying their involvement, including Coinbase’s Kathryn Haun, Shark Tank’s Vinny Lingham, Karen Gifford of Ripple, and Vitalik Buterin’s father, Dmitry…
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