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Apparently it is the “real” Daniel Friedberg appearing on Zoom. Judge refuses to allow Friedberg to testify through Zoom. Judge says the Friedberg declaration is also procedurally improper. So, it is now clear where this is going to end up.
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From my drafted congressional testimony in December
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Surprised it's taken them this long to make this type of announcement. As crazy as it sounds, this is probably the highest chance FTX has at restoring some type of value and making customers whole.
[DB] New FTX CEO John J. Ray III Says He's Considering Restarting Crypto Exchange: WSJ
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Certainly worth a read. Unless you have already 100% decided who the villains are in this story. In that case it may conflict with your bias.
Daniel Friedberg, FTX Chief Regulatory Officer, has joined a Creditor's objection to retaining Sullivan and Cromwell.
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It’s interesting. This maps to some of what @SBF_FTX seems to be claiming. Does John Ray & S&C have egg on their face?
Former FTX Regulatory Officer Daniel Friedberg just laid out his opposition to the company retaining law firm Sullivan & Cromwell to file for bankruptcy in the US He alleges people at FTX aligned with the firm purposefully racked up fees and used “funds from customers” to pay 👀
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Well, I just finished reading the Declaration of Daniel Friedberg. It is fair to say that this is one of the more shocking sworn statements I have read in a good long while. If half of what Mr. Friedberg says is true, he has just blown the top off of this bankruptcy case.
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Former FTX Regulatory Officer Daniel Friedberg just laid out his opposition to the company retaining law firm Sullivan & Cromwell to file for bankruptcy in the US He alleges people at FTX aligned with the firm purposefully racked up fees and used “funds from customers” to pay 👀
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Daniel Friedberg, FTX Chief Regulatory Officer, has joined a Creditor's objection to retaining Sullivan and Cromwell.
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1/ There's something off with the FTX bankruptcy. And it's happening tomorrow. Here's what you should know.
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I'm glad Mr. Ray is finally paying lip service to turning the exchange back on after months of squashing such efforts! I'm still waiting for him to finally admit FTX US is solvent and give customers their money back... sambf.substack.com/p/ftx-us-… wsj.com/articles/new-ftx-chi…
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FTX US is solvent, as it always as been. sambf.substack.com/p/ftx-us-…
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TL;DR: 1) S&C files, claiming FTX US is insolvent 2) S&C forgot to include bank balances, ~$428m 3) Once you add those back in, you get in the neighborhood of my prior balance sheet (~+$350m) 4) Other slides in the same filing demonstrate (2)
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I believe it is likely the case that various legit legs of FTX have the ability to access these funds; hopefully that's what's happening here. If not, hopefully one steps in soon to do so. I would be happy to help advise regulators on this if any wanted.
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1) I still do not have access to much of my data -- professional or personal. So there is a limit to what I will be able to say, and I won't be as helpful as I'd like. But as the committee still thinks it would be useful, I am willing to testify on the 13th.
.@SBF_FTX, Based on your role as CEO and your media interviews over the past few weeks, it’s clear to us that the information you have thus far is sufficient for testimony. (1/3)
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2) I will try to be helpful during the hearing, and to shed what light I can on: --FTX US's solvency and American customers --Pathways that could return value to users internationally --What I think led to the crash --My own failings
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3) I had thought of myself as a model CEO, who wouldn't become lazy or disconnected. Which made it that much more destructive when I did. I'm sorry. Hopefully people can learn from the difference between who I was and who I could have been.
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I made a lot of big mistakes this year. But this wasn't one of them. There's no evidence, because it didn't happen. Please, please, focus on your own house.
Had a call yesterday w someone who asked "how come you and Do Kwon came back right after FTX went down, is it just to deflect from your own issues?" I replied Do Kwon has been building on Luna classic + luna2 literally continuously and hasn't taken more than a week Twitter break
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