Former FTX US Executive Focused on a New Crypto Venture
Brett Harrison, the former president of cryptocurrency exchange FTX US, is trying to raise a $ 6 million fund for his new crypto venture.
Despite the bear trend of the crypto industry, new projects and new initiatives continue to appear on the market. Companies that receive the support of millions of dollars in funds are coming to the agenda with projects that will put a stamp on the market. In particular, Aptos and Arbitrum managed to get hundreds of millions of dollars in funding support.
After the recent FTX bankruptcy events, the crypto market has transitioned to a new era. During this period, crypto exchanges have become more transparent and reliable. In addition, new projects have begun to undergo more inspections. In the midst of all these processes, Brett Harrison, the former president of FTX US, went in search of funds for his new crypto venture.
Former Head of FTX US Seeks $6 Million in Funding
Brett Harrison, former president of FTX US, focused on crypto trading software for large and institutional investors. Harrison, who is looking for a source for this software, wants to raise $ 6 million in funds.
The initiative will allow professional investors to more easily trade crypto on centralized exchanges and decentralized protocols. According to sources, Harrison went in search of $ 6 million with a market valuation of $ 60 million.
Harrison had made statements about DeFi after leaving the collapsed FTX. Harrison argued that the DeFi infrastructure should be made easier and simpler.