"I'm broke, I'm wearing an electronic bracelet and I'm one of the most hated people in the world. And the truth is, I did what I thought was right." Addicted to Twitter, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) wrote these lines shortly after his arrest, in December 2022, in a long series of posts that he ultimately never published on the social network, but entrusted to a crypto influencer. This posture, the founder of the FTX platform intends to defend against all odds during the trial that will open on October 3 before the jury of a federal court in New York.
The thirty-year-old is the central figure of the most resounding scandal that the cryptoasset market has known. An alleged fraud that has lost more than $ 8 billion to a million investors and ravaged an industry still struggling to recover. SBF will face seven charges, including money laundering, fraud and conspiracy for several types of fraud for fraud...
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