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Former FTX Executive Under Investigation for Potential Campaign Finance Violations
Ryan Salame, the former co-CEO of FTX Digital Markets, is reportedly under investigation by U.S. authorities for potential violations of campaign finance law. Salame, along with his girlfriend Michelle Bond, who ran as a Republican candidate for New York’s 1st congressional district in 2022, are at the center of this investigation.
Celebrities, Crypto, and Controversy: The Fallout of FTX's Bankruptcy
Tom Brady, the quarterback for the New England Patriots and winner of seven Super Bowls, served as an ambassador for the FTX bitcoin and crypto exchange, According to New York Times.
Bankruptcy of FTX Incurs Over $200 Million in Legal Fees
An independent auditor has examined the legal fees incurred during the initial months of FTX's bankruptcy, revealing a staggering amount exceeding $200 million. The auditor justifies these significant fees, considering the monumental nature of the task at hand.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority Explores Virtual Asset Regulation in UAE and Highlights Converging Global Standards
According to a report by Ming Pao, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) recently visited the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to discuss the regulation of virtual assets (cryptos) with the local central bank.
Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino Dispels USDT Market Fear Amidst Rising Deposits in Curve 3Pool
Paolo Ardoino, CTO of Tether and Bitfinex, has responded to growing fears in the crypto market with an assertive tweet stating, "Markets are edgy in these days, so it's easy for attackers to capitalize on this general sentiment. But at Tether we're ready as always. Let them come. We're ready to redeem any amount."
Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of FTX Responds to IRS's $44 Billion Claims
The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of FTX, a now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange, has publicly responded to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) staggering $44 billion in claims against various debtors affiliated with FTX.
FTX CEO John Ray III Confirms Plans for FTX 2.0 Amidst Legal Proceedings
In a recent disclosure of the CEO's legal billings, FTX CEO John J. Ray III has confirmed the existence of plans for FTX 2.0, the next iteration of the cryptocurrency exchange.
FTX Group and Alameda Research Recover Crypto Assets
Following a liquidity crisis and bankruptcy filing, FTX Group and Alameda Research are making progress in recovering lost crypto assets. FTX has reached a settlement with Modulo Capital and is seeking to claw back funds from Genesis Global, while Alameda Research received $60M from OKX in a recovery effort.
Google, UK, FTX and Binance in Crypto News
Google expands its Web3 program with 11 blockchain partners, while the UK government commits $125 million to accelerate its AI readiness. FTX is set to sell LedgerX for $50 million, and Binance.US backs out of a $1 billion Voyager asset purchase, citing regulatory concerns.
Binance CEO Denies Bloomberg's Net Worth Report
Binance CEO CZ denies Bloomberg's finance rich list that reported his net worth to be $28.2 billion. He claims to have a lot less than what is reported by some media outlets. CZ also stated that he does not view FTX exchange as a rival and welcomes more well-run exchanges in the space. CZ has been critical of mainstream media's representation of the cryptocurrency industry and has repeatedly denied information from major sources like Bloomberg and Forbes.

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