FTX Owes Its Largest Creditor $226M; More Than 50% of Bitcoin Addresses Are Now in Loss

Ftx owes its largest creditor $226m; more than 50% of bitcoin addresses are now in loss

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Court documents filed over the weekend reveal FTX’s estimated 1 million creditors collectively are owed about $3.1 billion. “First Mover” has the latest in the FTX case. Dragonfly Capital Partner Tom Schmidt shares his outlook on crypto winter from a venture capitalist’s perspective. Nauman Sheikh of Wave Financial provides his markets analysis. And The Moskowitz Law Firm Managing Partner Adam Moskowitz explains his firm’s class action suit against some celebrities who endorsed FTX.

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