The former prime minister and NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen has got a new job as strategic adviser to blockchainnetværket Concordium.
It informs the Concordium in a communication to the FinansWatch.
At the head of the Concordium is Saxo Bank founder Lars Seier Christensen.
- In the light of the Concordium Network's enormous reach and potential it is extremely important for the Concordium Foundation to be able to exploit the knowledge, as people with invaluable, in-depth strategic expertise is inside, says Lars Seier in the message.
Back in October, it emerged that Lars Seier Christensen had thrown itself out of the blockchain-the project, as he was then told would cost several hundred million to build up.
And here Anders Fogh Rasmussen 'play a central role' in a company's global expansion plans, which we will go into areas where there is a need for a blockchain-solution for the implementation of secure and private transactions, as well as to communicate with the public authorities, which will be able to get the benefit of the introduction,' informs Lars Seier.
Anders Fogh confirms even the hiring on Twitter.
- I am happy to announce that I will work together with Lars Seier and Concordium in developing their next-generation blockchain solutions. I think we are only beginning to see the benefits of the blockchain - including in the democratic process, he writes.
Pleased to announce I'll be working with @larsseier and @ConcordiumNet as they develop their next-generation blockchain solutions. I believe we have only begun to see the benefits of blockchain - including in democratic processes. https://t.co/b7wgHWs1Q1— AndersFogh Rasmussen (@AndersFoghR) 20. march 2019
Anders Fogh has since he resigned as secretary general of NATO served as the managing director of advisory firm Rasmussen Global, which he himself has founded.