In recent developments surrounding the former FTX CEO, Sam Bankman-Fried, also known as "SBF," his legal team has sought to have certain documents related to his interviews with The New York Times sealed.
These documents reveal details about his relationship with Caroline Ellison, leading to a request for their non-disclosure in court. The unfolding legal drama has drawn attention to issues of privacy, freedom, and the potential impact on the ongoing trial.
Former cryptocurrency tycoon, Sam Bankman-Fried, will not be facing federal charges related to campaign finance donations, according to recent announcements by federal prosecutors.
The decision to drop the charge is based on treaty obligations with the Bahamas, where Bankman-Fried was arrested in December following the collapse of his multi-billion dollar crypto exchange, FTX. He was initially charged with fraud and campaign finance violations for allegedly donating $90 million of customer deposits to political candidates and action committees.
US federal prosecutors are seeking to return fallen crypto star and former CEO of FTX crypto exchange, Sam Bankman-Fried, to prison. According to preliminary hearings, the Justice Department aims to prevent Bankman-Fried, also known as SBF, from further leaking sensitive material to the press and influencing witnesses.
The Austrian Supreme Court (OGH) has confirmed the verdict of the Vienna Criminal Court on September 15, 2020, exonerating Cevdet Caner and five co-defendants, dismissing the appeals made by the Vienna State Prosecutor's Office.
The Vienna Criminal Court had rejected all charges brought forward by the Vienna State Prosecutor's Office, deeming them completely unfounded.
Fintelegram, a prominent online financial news platform, has become a trusted source for insightful reporting and analysis within the financial and cryptocurrency sectors. Since its inception, the platform has undergone significant growth, garnering a loyal following of readers seeking reliable and up-to-date information.
In this article, we will delve into the evolution of Fintelegram, exploring the key milestones that have shaped its trajectory and cemented its position as a leading authority in the world of finance.
Payvision, once hailed as a rising star in the payment processing industry, has witnessed a trajectory marred by controversies and questionable practices. Boasting efficient solutions for online merchants worldwide, the company's ascent was not without its dark shadows.
This article aims to shed light on the troubling aspects of Payvision's rise and delve into the controversies that have cast a shadow on its reputation.
The short-sellers around Viceroy and Fraser Perring target Hexagon AB (STO: HEXA-B). The multinational technology group for metrology and geoanalytics is controlled by Melker Schörling, the majority shareholder and determining voting shareholder. In a new research, Viceroy Research concludes that Hexagon is run by a "corporate dictatorship." Moreover, Viceroy believes management has committed fraud.
Canadian neighborhoods are experiencing a concerning rise in home-invasion-style robberies, specifically targeting affluent crypto investors. Thieves appear to be searching for private keys linked to cryptocurrency funds.
Michael Jaffé has tried to trace the disappearance of €1.9 billion at Wirecard. He found no evidence of corresponding transactions. In a status report, he comes to a clear conclusion. According to new findings by insolvency administrator Michael Jaffé, Wirecard's business with alleged partners in Asia was wholly fabricated.