Former Trump adviser comes out of hiding to help blockchain superstart-up

The former White House economic adviser, Gary Cohn, has just started a new career in blockchain. Announced in a press release on Friday, the ex-Goldman Sachs president is to advise fintech startup Spring Labs, who build blockchain-focused solutions for securing and sharing consumer credit data. Cohn has apparently been interested in blockchain tech since before his time under Trump, commenting he had looked into its potential while serving in the White House. “We all know all the inefficiencies of the existing currency world and blockchain clearly helps to eliminate them at some point in the future,” Cohn told the Financial Times. Spring…

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