Court filings reveal that the FTX co-founder is seeking access to a $10 million insurance plan to cover his attorney fees. FTX debtors and unsecured creditors have opposed Sam Bankman-Fried’s request, arguing that every dollar spent on his defense is “one less dollar” available to cover the losses of the 10MBitcoinCEOCreditorsDebtorsDefenseFTXFundInsuranceLegalNewsOpposedRequestSeeksUnsecured Read More
Federal prosecutors also took time at Thursday's hearing to discuss their progress reviewing the contents of seven electronic devices produced by Bankman-Fried. Prosecutors told the judge the process was going slower than expected due to the size of the devices and the amount of information. So far, approximately 6 million BankmanFriedBriberyChargeFounderFTXGuiltyLatestPleadsSam Read More
In the wake of FTX's November 2022 collapse, OKX said in a release it conducted investigations to identify any FTX-related transactions on its exchange, and upon discovering assets and accounts linked to FTX and Alameda Research, the company moved to secure the assets and freeze the connected accounts.
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Sam Bankman Fried’s new petition to have his legal expenses reimbursed has been met with fierce objection from lawyers representing the crypto exchange and its creditors committee.As per previous reporting by Cointelegraph, Bankman-Fried’s lawyers had filed a motion on March 15 seeking to have his court costs covered by directors BitcoinCreditorscryptoexchangeExchangesFeesFTXLawyersLegalPetitionReimbursedSBFsSlam Read More
Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), the former CEO of FTX, now faces a 13-count indictment as U.S. officials have added new charges. One of the new charges alleges that SBF leveraged $40 million to influence “one or more Chinese government officials.”
Details of the Bribery Charges Against Sam Bankman-Fried
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As per the proposed conditions, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried will get a new phone with no internet capability limited to voice calls and text messages.
On Monday, March 27, lawyers of FTX’s disgraced founder Sam Bankman-Fried said that they have reached an agreement with US prosecutors over the new bail conditions. AgreementBailBankmanFriedFounderFTXLawyersProsecutorsReachSam Read More
A wallet controlled by the FTX bankruptcy estate has received tranches of the Arbitrum airdrop from several wallets linked to Alameda Research, on-chain data shows.
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Former U.S. National Football League (NFL) quarterback Tom Brady’s estranged wife Gisele Bundchen has said she was “blindsided” by the collapse of crypto exchange FTX. Bundchen claimed that she only invested in FTX because her financial advisors recommended it.
Bundchen and Brady’s Shareholding in FTX
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As part of the agreement, debtors will sell roughly $95 million worth of preferred stock back to Mysten Labs in addition to $1 million in SUI tokens.
On Thursday, March 23, debtors of the collapsed crypto exchange FTX filed a motion in the bankruptcy court seeking a $95 million stake in the 95MAgreeDebtorsFTXFundsLabsMystenSaleShoreStake Read More
FTX Ventures invested $101 million in Mysten Labs just months before Sam Bankman-Fried’s empire collapsed. Now, Mysten is buying back the stake (and Sui token warrants) for $96 million through bankruptcy court.
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