Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a Thailand-based cryptocurrency investor, has reportedly received a record-breaking £1 million ($1.2 million) donation from shareholders of the parent company of Bitfinex/Tether. increase.
An updated interest list on Friday reveals how Christopher Harbourne made a record gift to Boris Johnson LTD, the former prime minister’s political office and funder of his activities. increase.
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The registry also reveals how a talk Johnson gave in Singapore earned him over £250,000 from blockchain company ParallelChain Lab.
In 2021, Protos reported how Harborne used it. His Alter Ego, Chakrit Sakukritheld stakes in Digifinex (parent company of Bitfinex and Tethers) between 2017 and 2018. In 2019, Harbourne began funding campaigns in favor of Brexit, reportedly donating £15m ($18.3m) to the UK Conservative Party, Brexit Party and UK reformists.
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Harborne has previously been involved in several blockchain and crypto-focused groups, including:
- The Digital Currencies Governance Group (DCGG) is a group of UK cryptocurrency advocates who named Harborne as a lobbyist in the first six months.
- INSEAD’s Blockchain Research Fund is a blockchain initiative funded by Harborne and created by his former university. INSEAD is also a listed partner of DCGG.
- Cimico Securities, a financial services company; Herbern is listed on Bloomberg under his Thai identity as a former board member. Four years ago, Seamico planned to tokenize the real estate industry.
- Singular AI Consulting Limited (dissolved in October 2022) Co-founded by co-founders and CEOs of Harborne and GenesisMarco Andreas Streng.
Johnson stepped down in July 2022 after a string of scandals.
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