“How did this guy steal billions of dollars and now speak at the summit as a free man? Make sense of it.”
it was a twitter user @WSBC Chair In response to a late Wednesday tweet by infamous FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, he confirms he will be attending the New York Times’ DealBook Summit in November and will be interviewed by journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin. .
“Scammer. Lost everything because of you,” another Twitter user @alexand56464660 I replied to SBF.
in another tweet Sorkin said When it comes to interviewing SBF, “nothing is off limits.” “There are many important questions that must be asked and answered,” the journalist said.
The furious response provoked by tweets from both SBF and Sorkin is just one example of the investment world’s boiling fury as a former CEO accused of mismanaging billions of dollars appears in a high-profile investment industry. did not. A dealbook for executives, business and cultural leaders.
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President and CEO, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz is one of those who counter, “Why isn’t he in jail?” I doubt it, given that his company doesn’t expect to recover the roughly $77 million in cash and digital assets he had at FTX when the entire enterprise collapses. “I think his day will come.” he said in an interview Wednesday.
SBF is FTX “private territory”Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao told Bloomberg on Thursday: He expects to see “a little bit of contagion.” crypto trading company genesis It has also been at the center of bankruptcy concerns recently.
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But those hoping to come face-to-face with SBF may be out of luck, as a New York Times spokesperson told MarketWatch that they are expected to “take the interview from the Bahamas.”