SBF closes pleadings, Mango’s exploiters arrested, and Celsius-News: Hodler’s Digest, May 25-31. December
Bankman-Fried can appear before Judge Lewis Kaplan in federal court in New York next week
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is scheduled to appear in court on the afternoon of January 3 to face him on two counts of wire fraud and six counts of conspiracy in connection with the collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency exchange. After being released on $250 million bail, Bankman-Fried reportedly met with Michael Lewis, author of The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine, a best-selling film adaptation that sparked speculation that it’s a film about the saga of the disgraced stock exchange en route.
SBF has borrowed $546 million from Alameda to fund Robinhood (NASDAQ:) stock purchase
In another Sam Bankman-Fried-related headline, an affidavit from FTX’s founder revealed that he previously borrowed over $546 million from Alameda Research to fund a purchase of Robinhood stock. Later, the same shares of Bankman-Fried were used as collateral for a $600 million loan Alameda raised from digital asset lender BlockFi. The shares are currently frozen and are valued at around $450 million. BlockFi filed a lawsuit in November to get the collateral shares.
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