Another company denied information about its participation in the Bitmain investment round
Singapore investment company Temasek has officially denied information about his participation in the round of fundraising of the Chinese mining giant Bitmain.
Last month user Twitter under the nickname BTCKING555, probably possessing some insider knowledge, wrote about Tom, that Temasek could become one of key investors preparatory to the IPO round attracting financing by investing together with other companies $ 560 million, though then and noted, what her participation remains under a question.
“We have seen reports of IPO cryptocurrency Bitmain. Temasek not is an investor in Bitmain and never negotiated with them, nor did he invest in Bitmain. News about our participation in their IPOs are not true “, – writes company on its website.
Previously, CoinDesk with a link to those caught in network documents for IPO participants Bitmain wrote that funding for the mining company, intending soon time log off on Hong Kong Stock stock exchange, provided several high profile investors, in Tom including Chinese IT giant Tencent and Japanese SoftBank, which owns 15% of Uber.
Softbank then denied information about her involvement in the financing of Bitmain. “Neither SoftBank Group Corp. nor SoftBank Vision Fund have any way did not participate in this deal “, – stated employee SoftBank Group Corporate Affairs Department Kenity Yuasa.