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The global cryptocurrency community has been eagerly awaiting the public disclosure of individuals, aside from SBF’s parents, who helped secure his $250 million bail bond. However, former FTX CEO SBF has filed an appeal with the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit against the ruling made by U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan.
This has caused the media industry to put pressure on the court through a lawsuit filed by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and CoinDesk, arguing that the public’s interest in this matter cannot be overstated.
As a result of SBF’s appeal, the identities of the individuals involved may be delayed until the case is heard and a judgment is issued.
FTX & Alameda: Losses, Recovery Efforts, and Upcoming Hearings
The FTX and Alameda case has resulted in the loss of billions of dollars for hundreds of institutional investors, including international government agencies, and millions of individual investors. Since the initiation of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last year, FTX’s new CEO, John Ray III, has made it a priority to recover as many assets as possible. This includes filing a case against Voyager Digital to demand a refund of the $446 million loan paid before maturity last year.
FTX has also reportedly sent private letters to politicians seeking the return of donated funds.
As the FTX and SBF case continues to escalate, the hearing in October is expected to bring to light more details uncovered by investigators. As the company strives to repay creditors, a project known as DebtDAO has proposed a token called $FUD to compensate FTX creditors.
Ultimately, SBF and his former associates at FTX will face tough questions regarding any financial laws that were broken during their tenure.