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Crypto Community unimpressed by SBF’s lengthy substack letter

In the letter, SBF denied stealing funds and stashing billions of dollars away.

The crypto community has voiced their opinions on Sam Bankman-Fried’s latest “pre-mortem overview” of the collapse of FTX, published on Jan. 12 as a letter on substack. 

https://t.co/XVd0BPHxEU

— SBF (@SBF_FTX) January 12, 2023

As previously reported by Cointelegraph, the former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried denied allegations made against him in his lengthy letter, dubbed as a “pre-mortem overview”,. In the letter, SBF maintained that FTX US had been “fully solvent” at the time the firm filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, with approximately $350 million in cash available.

Bankman-Fried further stated that FTX International had a substantial amount of assets, approximately $8 billion, when John Ray became the CEO. According to Bankman-Fried, “No funds were stolen. Alameda lost money due to a market crash it was not adequately hedged for–as Three Arrows and others have this year.”

Unfortunately for SBF, the crypto community seemed unimpressed by his “pre-mortem overview” of the collapse of FTX.

The Wall Street Silver shared “There is no mention of the billions in “loans” he took out from customer money to fund his lavish lifestyle and political donations. I am shocked his legal team has not stopped this guy from talking.”

SBF released a Substack article with his version of events.

There is no mention of the the billions in “loans” he took out from customer money to fund his lavish lifestyle and political donations.

I am shocked his legal team has not stopped this guy from talking. pic.twitter.com/8hTFgRhXva

— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) January 12, 2023

Fintech analyst Peruvian Bull shared “SBF is sitting in his parent’s mansion writing substack articles blaming everyone but himself for the FTX fraud. He was a genius when talking to VCs, now suddenly we’re supposed to believe he’s the most incompetent CEO in history.”

SBF is sitting in his parent’s mansion writing substack articles blaming everyone but himself for the FTX fraud.

He was a genius when talking to VCs, now suddenly we’re supposed to believe he’s the most incompetent CEO in history.https://t.co/BHwf7opIA2

— Peruvian Bull (@peruvian_bull) January 12, 2023

Appellate attorney Michael Tex Duncan commented: “So it looks like SBF is no longer tweeting his crimes, but instead has a new substack to detail them.” 

So it looks like SBF is no longer tweeting his crimes, but instead has a new substack to detail them.

Sure he can confess to things more than 280 characters at a time, but if they’re like me, I’d wager the FBI agents on the case are still annoyed about having to sign up for it.

— Michael Tex Duncan – https://post.news/texduncan (@texduncan) January 12, 2023

Bitcoin researcher Andrew M. Bailey commented: “SBF has a new Substack post filled with reconstructed numbers and tables and estimates about Alameda’s final months. I read them. They’re a smokescreen. Obviously.”

SBF has a new Substack post filled with reconstructed numbers and tables and estimates about Alameda’s final months. I read them.

They’re a smokescreen. Obviously.

— Andrew M. Bailey (@resistancemoney) January 12, 2023

Related: Sam Bankman-Fried: ‘I didn’t steal funds, and I certainly didn’t stash billions away’

On Jan 12, Cointelegraph reported that Joseph Bankman, the father of Sam Bankman-Fried, has reportedly hired an attorney as the criminal case against his son moves forward. Joseph Bankman reportedly advised and assisted his son on matters related to lobbying lawmakers in Washington D.C. and may now be cooperating with prosecutors behind SBF’s case.

However, It remains unclear whether Joseph Bankman has any criminal or civil liability related to the collapse of FTX. 

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