SBF is believed to have been worth over $15 billion at the peak of FTX's popularity
Sam Bankman-Fried's crimes didn't stop at defrauding investors, he tried to scam an entire government
SBF tried to unfreeze a billion in Chinese crypto using the stolen identities of Thai prostitutes
Prosecutors also expect him to testify against Sam Bankman-Fried
Federal judge decides SBF has proven he cannot be trusted to adhere to his bail agreement
US prosecutors seek gag order after SBF allegedly leaked co-conspirator's private journal to NYT to "discredit" her
How long until the DoJ adds witness tampering to his list of charges?
Shaq was the last celebrity named in the suit to be served
Disgraced FTX founder faces "slew of new charges," including more fraud and illegal political contributions
When added to existing counts, SBF could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted
After a sensational Super Bowl LVI debut, crypto's party is over for this year
What just happened? Investors taken to the cleaners by Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX exchange will probably be pleased to hear that the man who admittedly made a lot of "mistakes" that cost them their money is in police custody today on fraud and money laundering charges. He was arrested last night in his Bahamian headquarters at the request of US officials.
Desperate trades during the FTX collapse threatened to cause a "meltdown" of the entire crypto industry
Bahamas AG defends his investigation into SBF and FTX while pointing fingers at the rest of the world
But was anybody even listening? Less than 1,400 combined Facebook and YouTube views say "no"
"Don't be like Larry"
What just happened? Remember all the outcry when Larry David appeared in a Super Bowl commercial for now-collapsed crypto exchange FTX? The comedian probably wishes he'd never took part in the ad, too, given that he's one of several celebrities named in a lawsuit against the platform's former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
FTT falls from $25 to $2.50, while Bitcoin shed over $5,000 in valuation since last week