Apple, Netflix, Binance And Coinbase Are Now Among The Collapsed FTX Creditors
- Apple, Netflix, other crypto exchange platforms like Binance and Bitstamp, financial industry heavyweights Charles Schwab and JPMorgan, and Amazon, one of the world’s largest retailers, are among the FTX creditors.
- The list of creditors also includes Fox Broadcasting, Fox Sports, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Medium.com, CoinDesk, IT management business Cloudflare, crypto hedge fund Galaxy Digital, and so on.
According to new court records, the defunct crypto exchange FTX owes money to a number of household names, including Apple and Netflix.
FTX, which declared bankruptcy in November, purportedly owed billions of dollars to a number of notable corporations before its demise, according to bankruptcy court records.
Apple, Netflix, other crypto exchange platforms like Binance and Bitstamp, financial industry heavyweights Charles Schwab and JPMorgan, and Amazon, one of the world’s largest retailers, are among those firms.
Media organizations Fox Broadcasting, Fox Sports, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Medium.com, and CoinDesk, IT management business Cloudflare, crypto hedge fund Galaxy Digital, and different colleges, airlines, governments, US states, and US regulatory bodies are among those owed money by FTX.
The 116-page document has been purged of the identities of 9.7 million clients.
Last week, FTX CEO John J. Ray III, who took over for disgraced founder Sam Bankman-Fried, stated that he was looking into the prospect of restarting the bankrupt crypto exchange while working to restore money to the failing company’s clients and creditors.
Bankman-Fried is accused of defrauding investors and misusing client cash, and if convicted, he faces up to 100 years in jail. Bankman-Fried is suspected of illegally lending substantial sums of investor money to Alameda Research, FTX’s trading subsidiary.
Previously, Coincu report the Delaware bankruptcy court was informed on Wednesday that Sam Bankman-Fried gave his FTX cofounder Gary Wang the order to build a “secret backdoor” so his trading company Alameda could borrow $65 billion from the exchange without the consent of its clients.
The paper also revealed information on FTX’s financial status, disclosing that the ailing cryptocurrency exchange has around $5.5 billion in liquid assets, including $1.7 billion in cash and $3.5 billion in liquid crypto assets.
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