Sam Bankman-Fried, former CEO of bankrupted FTX, has shared his side of the crypto-drama in an unusual blog post.
Once hailed as the Jewish king of cryptocurrency, the 30-year-old entrepreneur known as SBF pleaded not guilty to criminal charges on Tuesday as as he faces up to 115 years in prison.
Inflation ran rampant, stock market screens turned red, crypto crashed, tech stocks wiped out trillions and the global economy appears to be heading into recession: A 2022 global economy recap.
Eisenberg's trades in futures related to the MNGO crypto token enabled him to withdraw $110 million in cryptocurrencies from other investors' deposits, with no apparent intention to repay.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Bahamas said in a statement that the foreign minister had signed off on allowing Bankman-Fried's extradition to the United States.
Bankman-Fried was once known as the Jewish king of crypto
Gigantic insolvencies burned multitudes of clients and will make up considerable hindrances to cryptocurrency mainstream adoption. A UAE-regulated Israeli firm may fix this.
The classic Hanukkah chocolate candy will now feature a modern, cryptocurrency-inspired iteration on shelves.
The disgraced Jewish king of crypto Sam Bankman-Fried was not named as a defendant in BlockFi's complaint.
Now, anyone who bought into FTX then or at any other time is likely wishing they had listened to David’s character.