Mike Tyson is battling Fight to Fame. All news that has recently broken out in the media about his alleged cooperation with this startup was false!
The American boxer denies rumours that have recently appeared on news sites devoted to cryptocurrencies. In a Twitt posted on his Twitter account, he stresses that he did not have and does not intend to have anything to do with the blockchain platform Fight to Fame.
According to pieces of information published by the media, Mike Tyson was supposed to be the founder and the head of the sports committee of the Fight to Fame project.
Fight to Fame is a SCAM!
Cointelligence cmpany (dealing with the analysis of cryptographic projects) has published a report in which it revealed that the project's director general, Shi Jianxang, is wanted on Interpol warrants and by Chinese regulators. He was accused of, among other things, running the Ponzi program (a kind of financial pyramid) and exposing customers to losses amounting to 10 billion yuan. What is interesting, though, is the fact that Tyson's wife and manager, Lakiha Tyson, during an interview with Modern Consensus admitted that a few years ago the founder of the scam company contacted them regarding cooperation on this project and he received a clear refusal.
How did it all start?
On August 13 VentureBeat published an interview with the director general of Fight to Fame, Farzam Kamalabadi, and a two-time Emmy Award winner Tim Smith, (his name was not on the website of the company that is involved in giving the award, of course). Then, information about the Fight to Fame project and alleged involvement of Mike Tyson in it was quickly disseminated.