SCRUBBED: WEF REMOVES All Mentions About FTX On Its Website• November 14, 2022 10:51 am • Comments
The World Economic Forum has some major explaining to do.
As previously reported by Procoinnews, the World Economic Forum had an official partnership with FTX.
As most of you know by now FTX which at one time was the 4th largest cryptocurrency exchange in the World has filed for bankruptcy.
After the major crash, journalist Jack Posobiec pointed out FTX’s shady ties to the WEF.
Take a look:
Thank you World Economic Forum very cool pic.twitter.com/yQLbmKdH58
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 11, 2022
Now the WEF has scrubbed its partnership page with FTX on its site.
Was FTX being used to launder money for the democratic party? WEF sponsored FTX on their website, which has now been removed. pic.twitter.com/NP1eGOX71i
— TaraBull (@TaraBull808) November 13, 2022
Musk even chimed in:
A question worth asking
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 14, 2022
Jake Shields noticed the WEF, a perfect ESG score.
Essentially Sports had more on the story:
Former MMA fighter and Strikeforce Middleweight champion Jake Shields has taken a dig at the Cryptocurrency website FTX on Twitter. World Economic Forum (WEF) recently gave FTX high ratings on leadership and governance. The ratings, however, came under fire.
FTX has been on a downward spiral in recent times. Authorities are investigating FTX to find out if they are involved in an economic inconsistency or criminal offense. The cryptocurrency exchange suffered an enormous loss of customers as the news broke out about FTX not having enough liquid assets to cover up withdrawals.
FTX recommend by WEF with a Perfect ESG score pic.twitter.com/0X9AWbfHwL
— Jake Shields (@jakeshieldsajj) November 14, 2022
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