Disgraced former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried will remain in jail until his sentencing, set in March 2024, following the court's rejection of his release due to his arguments being "unpersuasive."
In the latest episode of CoinGeek Conversations, SLictionary founder Jack Pitts, Elas Digital founder Brendan Lee and CoinGeek's Charles Miller delve into Zeke Faux's new book, “Number Go Up.”
U.S. regulators made their stance about 'crypto' clear, with the SEC taking 784 enforcement actions against 'crypto' firms and individuals in 2023, while the CFTC filed 96 digital asset cases.
Crypto's former wonder boy Sam Bankman-Fried could see himself landing in jail for 115 years after being found guilty of seven counts of fraud and conspiracy, with his sentencing set in March 2024.
SBF's attempt to portray himself as the smartest man in the courtroom seemingly led to failure, with his legal team getting frustrated as he went off the script during Thursday's testimony.
The SEC's deadline to appeal passed last week with no action from the commission, triggering a seven-day window for the court to issue the formal mandate confirming its decision.
The prosecution may wind up its case when Sam Bankman-Fried's trial resumes on October 26, after which SBF’s team will have a week to 10 days to present its case.
Ex-Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison was grilled by SBF's legal camp following her testimony, and while several intriguing questions have been asked, none dealt a serious blow.
Testifying before the court, former Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison claims Sam Bankman-Fried "directed" her into committing the crimes, which include siphoning "several billions of dollars" from FTX customers.
Binance's Changpeng Zhao seems eager to clean his image to the public, even reportedly offering millions of dollars to author Michael Lewis to have the movie rights of "Going Infinite" buried.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rejected Sam Bankman-Fried’s bid to secure release from the Manhattan Detention Center ahead of the October 3 start of his criminal trial.