Highlights From First FTX Bankruptcy Hearing: “Substantial Amount” Of FTX Assets Stolen, “Dueling” Bahamas Liquidation Comes To A Head

by Tyler Durden

Tuesday, Nov 22, 2022 – 12:42 PM

Today at 11am ET, the first FTX bankruptcy court hearing finally took place in Delaware bankruptcy court before Judge John Dorsey, the official start of what will be a long, complex and unprecedented chapter 11 case; this is what we have learned so far (courtesy of the WSJ and Bloomberg).

  • A “substantial amount” of failed crypto exchange FTX’s assets is missing and may have been stolen as a run on customer deposits and a liquidity crunch precipitated a crisis of leadership and led the firm to collapse, FTX lawyer James Bromely said in court
  • “FTX was in the control of inexperienced and unsophisticated individuals, and some or all of them were compromised individuals,” said James Bromley, counsel to FTX’s new management, at its debut appearance at the Delaware bankruptcy court after the failed exchange filed for the largest-ever crypto bankruptcy case earlier this month.

To continue reading at original source: https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/first-ftx-bankruptcy-hearing-highlights-substantial-amount-ftx-assets-stolen-dueling-bahamas

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