World Economic Forum Deletes Page Referencing FTX As A Partner

It appears that the World Economic Forum is cutting ties with what is left of the crypto exchange FTX, following the events of last week that ultimately culminated in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing and the resignation of co-founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.

The World Economic Forum, or WEF as its commonly known, has deleted a page on its website that listed the exchange as one of its partners. The deletion of association was first noted on r/cryptocurrency on Reddit last night, and has since began to hit larger outlets.

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The page, found here, is now giving a 404 not found error, stating “Sorry, but we can’t find the page you were looking for.”

However, evidence of the page can still be found via, which shows that the page was available as recently as Saturday. It’s unclear specifically when the page was taken down.

It is unclear specifically when the WEF became formal partners with FTX. An expose on the WEF’s connections to crypto conducted by CoinGeek in March of this year did not include reference to FTX or its founder, Sam Bankman-Fried. The web archive meanwhile only goes back as far as June 13, 2022, in reference to the now-deleted page.

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