Breaking down FTX’s bankruptcy: How it differs from other Chapter 11 cases

Breaking down FTX’s bankruptcy: How it differs from other Chapter 11 cases


Collapsed crypto exchange FTX and 130 affiliates filed for bankruptcy in Delaware on Nov 11. Chaos followed as a number of FTX creditors, investors and industry experts began to question what would happen next. 

Laura Shin, crypto journalist, author and host of the Unchained Podcast, sent a tweet on Nov. 15 questioning whether the alleged inter-loan agreement between FTX and Alameda — the company’s venture capital arm — will affect creditors’ and customers’ ability to get back funds.

Could one big venture success out of FTX Ventures be a viable path to recovery for FTX creditors & customers? @wassielawyer and @ThomasBraziel think so, although that could take up to…10 years.

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— Laura Shin (@laurashin) November 15, 2022

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