Sam Bankman-Fried tries to explain himself
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November 16, 20227 min read1484 words
Published: November 16, 2022  |  7 min read1484 words
Skip to main contentThe fallen crypto CEO on what went wrong, why he did what he did, and what lies he told along the way.Finding the best ways to do good.Last night, Sam Bankman-Fried DMed me on Twitter.That was surprising. I’d spoken to Bankman-Fried via Zoom earlier in the sum...
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Nov 17
I think this is a pretty good article that is not that bias. I wish they went into more of the fact that he was a major democratic donor.
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Nov 17
Wow, what a terrific bit of reporting and a lucky break from this journalist who was able to get SBF talking. A very revealing back and forth with all the screenshots to help verify the discussion truly took place.
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Nov 17
Straight from Sam's mouth (DMs), this piece by Kelsey Piper at Vox reveals the terrifying mind behind FTX's defamed founder and leader. Her dialogue with SBF coaxed out vital context into one of the greatest criminal collapses in crypto history.
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Nov 17
Really interesting conversation from the horse's mouth. The article provides some analysis on SBF's comments but the fact that he has the comments themselves is the star of the show. Really fascinating.
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