Sam Altman’s controversial crypto project Worldcoin is under probe in Kenya. Its Interior Cabinet Secretary says the US blocked exec arrests.
350,000 citizens reportedly signed up to Worldcoin in late July before Kenya suspended its operations and MPs opened up an investigation.
An alleged former employee says repeated attempts to fix flaws were dismissed by Worldcoin CEO Sam Altman, founder of ChatGPT.
Regulatory bodies in Kenya have deemed Worldcoin to have “a number of legitimate regulatory concerns that require urgent attention.”
Worldcoin was suspended in Kenya last week with authorities citing “a number of legitimate regulatory concerns that require urgent attention.”
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