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According to Reuters information, during his appearance on Manhattan Court The subpoena was expected to be announced by Bankman-Fried Guilt From. Prosecutors accuse him of stealing billions of dollars from FTX clients’ funds to cover losses at his hedge fund, Alameda Research.
the Nicholas RossAttorney General told US Judge Gabriel Gornstein that the government is proposing a very restrictive bail package that includes a $250 million surety, house arrest and site monitoring, and that he must turn in his passport, which would ensure he is held within a state while he is a resident.
Bankman-Fried’s defense attorney said so agrees to these terms.
Bankman-Fried, 30, was arrested in the Bahamas, where he was living and where FTX is located. He left the Caribbean island under FBI surveillance Wednesday night.
The son of two Stanford Law School professors and a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Bankman-Fried capitalized on the boom in the value of Bitcoin and other digital assets to become a billionaire as well as a pioneer. American political campaign donor. But in early November, reports that FTX had mixed customer funds with Alameda led to a flurry of withdrawals from FTX, eventually causing the exchange — valued at $32 billion in January 2022 — to file for bankruptcy. Cryptocurrency exchanges such as FTX allow users to buy and sell digital assets.
Bankman-Fried stepped down as CEO on November 11, the same day he filed for bankruptcy.
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