The path to blockchain and crypto has been an interesting road travelled for Singaporean businessman Wilfred Koh.
In the nineties, he owned two of the largest cult media franchises in the world, the Ninja Turtles and the Power Rangers. But it’s Koh’s extensive gold mining assets across the Eastern European and Central Asia regions that have really delivered him to where he is now.
The spotlight is on cyber-security again, following claims Apple and Amazon had their hardware corrupted by secret Chinese spy chips.
Bloomberg had tongues wagging over a report claiming the two tech giants had been compromised by a secret spying chip, smaller than a grain of rice, during manufacture.