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The downfall of FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried
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Posted By: Hazymac, 11/14/2022 1:40:54 PM

NEW YORK — Sam Bankman-Fried received numerous plaudits as he rapidly achieved superstar status as the head of cryptocurrency exchange FTX: the savior of crypto, the newest force in Democratic politics and potentially the world's first trillionaire. Now the comments about the 30-year-old Bankman-Fried range from bemused to hostile after FTX filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, leaving his investors and customers feeling duped and many others in the crypto world fearing the repercussions. Bankman-Fried himself could face civil or criminal charges. "I've known him for a number of years and what just happened is just shocking," said Jeremy Allaire, the co-founder and CEO of cryptocurrency company Circle.


Bankman-Fried ripped off some very powerful people. Will one of them have the opportunity to get some payback in blood? (Think Pulp Fiction's Marsellus Wallace with his one time captor Zed. Zed didn't do well.)

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Nimby 11/14/2022 1:55:35 PM (No. 1333078)
Downfall?? Heck no!! He was the money launderer for the Democrats
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Safari Man 11/14/2022 2:11:35 PM (No. 1333087)
Crypto is a complete sham. NFT's are even worse. What did these people think was going to happen?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 11/14/2022 2:15:51 PM (No. 1333090)
Brady is getting bent over at every turn! Divorce, playing bad football and now this 😂 Hang on, I'm looking around for my sympathy for him.... Oh, wait a minute... Here it is! At the bottom of my pocket next to a used tissue and a slightly enjoyed hard candy covered in lint and hair. I have NO sympathy for the elite parasites
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Reply 4 - Posted by: CivilServant 11/14/2022 2:18:04 PM (No. 1333092)
A slimy POS, eh? The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Lovely family.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: hershey 11/14/2022 2:52:24 PM (No. 1333115)
Don't understand all this hoopla about Crypto currency...guess I"ll have to do a bit of background...but gold and silver....
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/14/2022 2:52:35 PM (No. 1333116)
I have avoided investing in cryptos. Investing in something that is fake with nothing behind it is absurd.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: lakerman1 11/14/2022 3:21:06 PM (No. 1333136)
As a retired professor, I am a participant in the TIAA a pension fund which is the largest of its kind in the world. I checked to see if TIAA had gotten involved in cryptocrap. They have not. A pension fund has an obligation to maximize investments, but simultaneolsly, to minimize the chance of large loss. No sane pension fund administrator would invest in cyrptocrap.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: GoodDeal 11/14/2022 3:28:49 PM (No. 1333138)
The crash was due to all of the billions sent to Ukraine which was converted to FTX crypto and funneled back to the democrats and other corrupt politicians. Plus Fried saved some for himself in Swiss and offshore accounts for a Rainey day. Totally corrupt. What else is new. Plus Hunter and The Big Guy got their cuts as well.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: vhs68 11/14/2022 3:33:47 PM (No. 1333142)
This jackwad will not suffer any consequences....none.....ever.... In the 2008 banking crisis, Jon Crozine stole over 1 Billon $ of client funds at MF Global. He was a former governor & senator from New Jersey in addition to former chairman at Goldman sachs. He did apologize and stated he was sincerely sorry for the losses. NOT a SINGLE PERSON went to jail from the 2008 financial crisis.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/14/2022 3:53:18 PM (No. 1333158)
FTX was a total fraud. The company was not public, and based in the Bahamas. That alone should have raised red flags to the top of the mast.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: JHHolliday 11/14/2022 4:39:38 PM (No. 1333189)
I was never interested in crypto. I didn't understand what it was or how it worked, and still don't. It always sounded like something poised to completely collapse.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: jimincalif 11/14/2022 5:15:24 PM (No. 1333226)
As a skeptic of government, when Bitcoin first appeared as a non-government currency, I was certainly intrigued. I read everything I could about it, but ultimately could not understand it well enough to buy in. I guess I missed the boat, could have bought it in the hundreds of dollars and sold it for five figures. Oh well. All the follow on crypto stuff, NFTs, etc., I don’t see or understand the underlying value. Other than providing new and creative ways to launder funds and pay bribes and kickbacks.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Hermoine 11/14/2022 6:00:09 PM (No. 1333257)
FTA: "FTX created a worthless token out of thin air and used it to make its balance sheet appear more robust than it really was," Klippsten said. Ummm...aren't all of the so called tokens created out of thin air?!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: lakerman1 11/14/2022 6:39:33 PM (No. 1333280)
Thank you, #9, for citing Corzine and his agricultural hedge fund. For the life of me, I couldn't come up with his name, even looked at every Treasury secretary in our history! Corzine took over a modest, farmer related hedge fund, took it international, and someone - we never learned who - broke the glass, a term of art in financial regulations, to cover a bad bet on short term currency trades. The likely offender, an asian american woman, took the 5th, and Barack's AG chose not to prosecute.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 11/14/2022 7:17:11 PM (No. 1333301)
Cryptocurrencies always seemed like a scam to me. Now they are PROVING to be scams.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 11/14/2022 7:58:28 PM (No. 1333329)
When someone describes a person in a serious article in this way, "I don't know how I know, I just do. SBF is a winner," do NOT invest in the products the person so described is selling.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: SkeezerMcGee 11/14/2022 10:30:21 PM (No. 1333473)
When you transfer money to a crypto entity you a credited with a token (or fraction of a token) that is designated to have the then current agreed upon "value" of X dollars. Thereafter the token is worth only the sum of money some individual or entity will agree is the then current value and will pay you money or credit you at that value. Tokens and coins are not quite the same, but the differences are irrelevant here. The crypto entities promise you that your token(s) and/or coin(s) are completely safe, especially if kept in a so-called "wallet." There are several types of wallets. Individuals who (and entities that) had tokens in the custody of FTX (a corporation) lost $ billions when FTX declared bankruptcy a few days ago. No doubt many had their tokens/coins in a wallet (or wallets). About $10 billions of FTX-US tokens were electronically unlawfully and secretly transferred out of FTX into another corporation owned by Sam Bankman-Fried. FTX has a website - still online at least a few hours ago - that promises FTX is absolutely safe and trustworthy. Join up now! Most of this money is forever gone. Few of these token owners will receive a penny. Some have lost $ millions* Therefore, when you transfer money to a crypto entity you lose control of that money. Your money is at risk until you are "paid" money for your token, by electronic transfer of money over which you have control, or you are safely credited with that sum of money by an individual or entity. Crypto entities that are not centrally controlled (such a Bitcoin) assert there is no way the value of any token or coin in Bitcoin's so-called "blockchain" is at any risk whatsoever. There is also a class of coins that are supposed to be fully backed up (dollar for dollar) by the custodian crypto entity, but you cannot know whether they are backed up due to the lack of transparency within the entity, and almost all, if not all, of these are entities are wholly unregulated or are under regulated. Millions of people and thousands of entities have complete, unwavering trust in Bitcoin, for one example. Companies, and even governments, and trust funds, etc. have $ millions in Bitcoin. But there's no guarantee Bitcoin will be around in the future. If Bitcoin suddenly disappears, it's difficult to understand how such money is going to be recovered. You cannot trust these crypto entities because your crypto tokens and/or coins are effectively out of your control. People who control such entities, such as Sam Bankman-Fried, may be frauds. You transfer money to these entities at serious risk of such money. * There are rumors that NFL football great quarterback, Tom Brady and his (now) ex-wife. may have lost hundreds of $ millions as a result of FTX's bankruptcy.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: NYbob 11/14/2022 10:37:42 PM (No. 1333476)
Wow, this will end up putting a lot of rats in federal prisons for decades. Because of the taxpayer money laundering. No, really. That is why it is called the Department of Justice. No way they can ignore the rat part of this story. Well actually they can since they were no doubt heavily involved in the protection side of it. Sadly, not one Republican in DC will talk about this and will certainly avoid doing anything about it.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: mifla 11/15/2022 6:34:53 AM (No. 1333645)
Reminds me of the companies selling vaporware during the internet boom, followed by the internet bust.
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