FTX Affiliate Alameda Research Loaned $4.1B to Related Parties: Court Filing

Ftx affiliate alameda research loaned $4. 1b to related parties: court filing

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Alameda Research, the venture capital and trading firm affiliate of collapsed crypto exchange FTX, made $4.1 billion in loans to related parties, including $1 billion to former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, according to bankruptcy filings Thursday. CoinDesk Deputy Managing Editor Tracy Wang joins “All About Bitcoin” to discuss.

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