FTX leadership sues Sam Bankman-Fried over $220M deal made prior to bankruptcy

FTX leadership sues Sam Bankman-Fried over $220M deal made prior to bankruptcy


When FTX tried to sell the platform after filing for bankruptcy, the top bid was for just $1 million, representing a 99.5% decline in value.

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FTX lawyers are suing former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, co-founder Zixiao Wang, and former senior executive Nishad Singh over the $220 million acquisition of stock-clearing platform Embed, alleging lack of due diligence. 

According to a May 17 filing, FTX had paid $220 million to acquire Embed through its United States subsidiary after having allegedly “performed almost no due diligence” on the platform.

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After FTX filed for bankruptcy, the judge in charge of the proceedings approved the sales of Embed and other assets of FTX, but the top bidder for the platform offered just $1 million, with FTX’s lawyers

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