Anthony Scaramucci, the founder of SkyBridge Capital, recently made the announcement that he will be making an investment in a new cryptocurrency company that was established by Brett Harrison. Harrison previously served as the president of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX US, which has since ceased operations.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Anthony Scaramucci, an American investor and a former director of communications for the White House, would support Harrison by funding the initiative with his own personal cash.
Brett Harrison, who was looking for investors for a cryptocurrency software startup with an estimated value of $100 million,, said, “I’m honored to have him as an investment partner, and know his guidance will be invaluable as I begin this new chapter.”
Cryptocurrency traders will be able to access numerous controlled and decentralized markets via the use of algorithmic trading tactics, which will be developed by a business whose name has not yet been revealed. After about 17 months of service at FTX US, Brett Harrison decided to leave the company in September.
“Anthony has been a true mentor and friend to me since I joined the crypto industry two years ago,” Harrison said.
Scaramucci replied via tweet by saying, “Brett I am proud to be an investor in your new company. Go forward. Don’t look back. Wishing you the best.”
Brett I am proud to be an investor in your new company. Go forward. Don’t look back. Wishing you the best.
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) January 14, 2023
The specifics of the amount of money that Anthony Scaramucci contributed in the enterprise as well as the percentage of ownership that he was awarded have not been made public.
Compiled by Coinbold