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  • Liquidators have reportedly lost at least $11.5 million since taking control of Alameda Research’s trading accounts, as per Arkham Intel.
  • The total preventable loss has been estimated to be $4 million.

Liquidators reportedly lost at least $11.5 million since taking control of Alameda Research’s trading accounts, as per a tweet by Arkham Intel on 17 January.

TWO revelations both stem from a single wallet, 0x997.

1) Liquidators have incurred over $4M in preventable losses to Alameda DeFi positions.

2) Alameda was short at least 8 figures of $ETH into the insolvency of their own firm on November 8th.

Read on for more. pic.twitter.com/lHyBpEd1tE

— Arkham (@ArkhamIntel) January 16, 2023

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As per the tweet above, one wallet under liquidators’ control had a string of “significant losses” due to liquidations, some of which could be avoided.

When the liquidators first took control, the account ending in 0x997 had a short position of 9,000 Ether [ETH] ($10.8 million) against a collateral of $20 million in USD Coin [USDC] and $4 million in Dai [DAI], with a net balance of $15.2 million.

Arkham Intel stated that after nearly two weeks of liquidations, the account’s current value was $1.1 million short Ether against $1.4 million USDC, with a net balance of $300,000 at the time of the tweet.

On 29 December 2022, Alameda wallets transferred $7 million in USDC and $4 million in DAI from the decentralized crypto lending platform Aave [AAVE] to an Optimism [OP] L2 account, 30 hours after liquidators began moving assets out of Alameda wallets.

This withdrawal of funds is thought to have put the position at high risk of liquidation, resulting in the sale of $11.4 million in USDC to liquidation bots on Optimism, while the Aave treasury took another $100,000 in USDC as liquidation tax.

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If liquidators had used a function to immediately close the position by selling off collateral rather than withdrawing collateral from the wallet, at least $15 million could have been saved instead of the $11 million recovered.

Preventable Losses worth $4 Million

This thus amounted to $4 million in preventable losses.

Additionally, on 12 January, Alameda Research liquidators lost crypto assets worth $72,000 while consolidating funds into a single wallet on Aave.

This resulted in the liquidation of around 4 WBTC, $72K at current prices.

When positions are forcibly closed on AAVE, a penalty is also slashed from the liquidated collateral.

The liquidators, themselves, were liquidated. Are they in over their heads? pic.twitter.com/ALjFnj7S56

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— Arkham (@ArkhamIntel) January 12, 2023

The liquidators tried closing a borrow position but accidentally removed the additional collateral, putting the assets at risk of liquidation. The loan got liquidated twice over nine days, resulting in a total loss of 4.05 Wrapped Bitcoin [WBTC] which the creditors cannot recover.

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FTX Lawyers Attempt To Question Bankman-Fried’s Family And Inner Circle For Financial Insight

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FTX Lawyers Attempt To Question Bankman-Fried’s Family And Inner Circle For Financial Insight

According to court documents in the FTX bankruptcy case, the company’s attorneys seek to subpoena FTX co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried, his brother Gabriel Bankman-Fried, and his parents, Joseph Bankman and Barbara Fried. Additionally, the attorneys intend to question some of Bankman-Fried’s top deputies, including FTX co-founder Gary Wang, ex-Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison, the former chief operating officer Constance Wang, and the exchange’s former director of engineering Nishad Singh.

FTX Attorneys Push for Subpoena of Co-Founder, Associates, Parents, and Brother

Lawyers for FTX Trading Ltd. and the bankruptcy case‘s official creditors committee filed a motion that aims to question Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), his parents, his brother, and a few of the former CEO’s top lieutenants. The lawyers contend that specific insiders associated with Bankman-Fried’s dealings could provide much-needed insight into financial matters.

“Certain insiders are currently cooperating with the debtors to provide important information. But others are not, and thus authorization to issue subpoenas to those with the missing information is critical to the debtors’ and committee’s recovery efforts,” the joint motion details.

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The current FTX CEO, John J. Ray III, told Congress that Joseph Bankman and “the family certainly received payments” from FTX. Bankman and Barbara Fried have not been charged with any wrongdoing, but the recent court filing claims they both had associations with the firm. The filing alleges that Fried’s political action committee (PAC) Mind the Gap received funds from FTX. Barbara Fried “has ignored the requests altogether,” the joint motion discloses. Bankman allegedly gave tax advice to staff and was involved in linking FTX with the company’s first litigation firm, the court filing explains.

“The insiders are best positioned to assist” the case, FTX attorneys further insist in the latest filing. The document notes that lawyers want to question Gabriel Bankman-Fried, SBF’s brother. The filing talks about Bankman-Fried’s brother’s nonprofit, Guarding Against Pandemics. It mentions the alleged political lobbying that reportedly took place near the U.S. Capitol at a “multimillion-dollar property,” which “the debtors believe was purchased using misappropriated customer funds.” In addition to Bankman-Fried’s brother and parents, Constance Wang, Caroline Ellison, Gary Wang, and Nishad Singh are mentioned in the request.

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware judge, John Dorsey, must approve the request to subpoena SBF and the members of his inner circle. Bankman-Fried has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Manhattan and faces charges of “conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit commodities fraud, conspiracy to commit securities fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and conspiracy to defraud the Federal Election Commission and commit campaign finance violations.” SBF currently awaits trial over the charges, which is scheduled for Oct. 3, 2023.

“Debtors have not received meaningful engagement or any response from Singh or Mr. Gabriel Bankman-Fried,” the FTX attorneys added in the filing.

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Examining The Holdings Of 5 Centralized Crypto Exchanges: A Look At Binance, Okx, Crypto.com, Bitfinex, And Huobi

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Examining The Holdings Of 5 Centralized Crypto Exchanges: A Look At Binance, Okx, Crypto.com, Bitfinex, And Huobi

After FTX collapsed, the incident prompted many major crypto exchanges to publish proof-of-reserves and lists of known addresses so users can verify the solvency of the trading platforms. While the veracity of these proof-of-reserve lists and asset dashboards is debatable, they do provide some insight into the large sums of cryptocurrency held in custody by major exchanges. For example, Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by trade volume, manages $66 billion in crypto assets, which is more than 6% of the entire cryptocurrency economy’s net value of $1 trillion.

An Inspection of 5 Proof-of-Reserves Lists That Provide Insight into Large Cryptocurrency Holdings

It has been more than 80 days since Coindesk published a story about Alameda Research’s balance sheet, which showed the quantitative trading desk owned a large amount of ftx token (FTT). Then, on Nov. 6, 2022, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) revealed that his exchange would be selling its FTT holdings. Since then, FTT has lost considerable value and FTX filed for bankruptcy protection five days later on Nov. 11. At that time, and prior to FTX’s failure, it was challenging to monitor the exchange’s reserves as executives kept things very opaque. This situation has led exchanges to release proof-of-reserve lists and there has been criticism from crypto industry members over specific types of lists and how they are audited.

Additionally, Paul Munter, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) acting chief accountant, recently stated that the SEC is closely monitoring proof-of-reserves (POR). Despite the complaints, the available proof-of-reserve lists provide some insight into what entities hold and, to a certain extent, they help improve market stability because people can monitor the holdings. The following is an examination of five different centralized crypto asset exchanges and their holdings in crypto assets as of Jan. 22, 2023, according to nansen.ai’s exchange list. Nansen features a dashboard for 18 different centralized crypto exchange platforms.

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Binance

Binance is the largest with $66 billion in digital assets held in reserves by the crypto exchange giant. On Jan. 22, the largest crypto exchange by trade volume held 486,427 bitcoin (BTC), worth $11.1 billion. In terms of stablecoins, Binance holds $13.2 billion in tether (USDT) and $13.3 billion in BUSD.

Binance token allocation on Jan. 22, 2023.

Additionally, Binance holds 4.7 million ether, worth $7.6 billion, and another $7.6 billion worth of binance coin (BNB). The exchange also holds more than $13 billion worth of other crypto assets that are too numerous to name. If Binance’s stash was included in the top ten crypto assets by market cap, it would rank in the fourth position.

Okx

Nansen’s dashboard list shows that the crypto exchange Okx holds $7.6 billion in crypto assets. $3 billion of the funds are held in tether (USDT), and the exchange also holds 97,656 BTC, worth $2.2 billion.

Okx token allocation on Jan. 22, 2023.

25.95% of Okx’s assets are held in ethereum (ETH), or a balance of 1.2 million ether, worth $1.9 billion, using current exchange rates for ETH. Additionally, Okx holds roughly 294 million usd coin (USDC) as well.

Crypto.com

Crypto.com manages around $3.83 billion on Jan. 22, and its holdings currently include 44,208 BTC, worth just over $1 billion. The exchange also holds 514,763 ETH, which is worth roughly $833 million on Sunday.

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Crypto.com token allocation on Jan. 22, 2023.

Nansen’s Crypto.com dashboard further shows that the trading platform holds 17.28% of its holdings in shiba inu (SHIB). Crypto.com’s SHIB holdings include around 55.2 trillion SHIB, or $663 million worth of the meme token. The trading platform also manages around 585 million usd coin (USDC) and 2.1 billion cronos (CRO), worth around $167 million.

Bitfinex

The digital currency trading platform Bitfinex holds $8 billion in crypto assets on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023. 54.29% of Bitfinex’s holdings are in bitcoin (BTC), or around 191,654 BTC, worth $4.36 billion today. 28.15% of Bitfinex’s assets are kept in unus sed leo tokens (LEO), or around $2.2 billion worth of LEO.

Bitfinex token allocation on Jan. 22, 2023.

The exchange also holds 466,014 ethereum (ETH), worth $756 million, on Jan. 22. Additionally, Bitfinex manages 331 million tether (USDT) and 0.64% of Bitfinex’s assets, or around 126 million XRP, are held in reserves.

Huobi

Huobi holds around $3.17 billion on Jan. 22, and 30.91% of the assets are in the exchange coin, huobi token (HT). The exchange manages 196 million HT, which is worth roughly $980 million today in USD value.

Huobi token allocation on Jan. 22, 2023. Exchange portfolio’s featured on nansen.ai’s exchange list.

Huobi also holds 617 million tether (USDT) and 9 million tron (TRX), worth $596 million. 12.13% of Huobi’s assets are held in BTC, 5.35% is stored in ETH, and 13.35% of Huobi’s assets are alternative crypto assets too numerous to name. $7.7 million worth of the value derives from the 57.58 million HUSD that Huobi holds, which is 30.66% of the HUSD supply. While HUSD was once a stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar, HUSD is now trading for $0.13 per coin.

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The 5 Exchanges Hold $88.6 Billion or 8.6% of the Crypto Economy’s Current USD Value

All five of the aforementioned cryptocurrency exchanges hold $88.6 billion in crypto assets combined. The combined value of all five of the exchange’s reserves equates to 8.6% of the current $1 trillion crypto economy.

74.49% of the $88.6 billion is held on Binance, and the rest is dispersed among Okx, Crypto.com, Bitfinex, and Huobi. The trading platform with the largest exchange token coins is Bitfinex, with its stash of $2.2 billion worth of LEO. Out of the five mentioned exchanges, Binance holds the most Bitcoin (BTC) with its cache of 486,427 BTC.

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What do you think about the recent trend of crypto exchanges publishing proof-of-reserve lists and asset dashboards? Do you have concerns about the veracity of these lists? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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Jamie Redman is the News Lead at Bitcoin.com News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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US Government Seizes $700 Million In Assets From Disgraced FTX Co-Founder Sam Bankman-Fried

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Federal prosecutors have seized $697 million in assets, mostly comprised of more than 56 million Robinhood shares worth $526 million, from FTX co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried. Court filings detailed that the U.S. government seized a series of bank accounts belonging to Bankman-Fried, holding millions in cash.

US Government Seizes Millions in Cash and Robinhood Shares From FTX Co-Founder; SBF Denies Misappropriation of Customer Assets

The U.S. government has seized nearly $700 million from the former FTX CEO and co-founder, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), according to court documents reviewed by CNBC. Most of the funds came from the 56,273,269 shares of Robinhood Markets Inc. (Nasdaq: HOOD) owned by Bankman-Fried. Using exchange rates from Jan. 20, 2023, the Hood shares are worth more than $526 million.

Furthermore, CNBC reporters Rohan Goswami and MacKenzie Sigalos detail that nearly $56 million held in four bank accounts was seized as well. Three accounts holding $6 million were allegedly held at Silvergate Bank and one account reportedly held at Moonstone Bank held $50 million. In total, $171 million in cash was taken by the federal government from Bankman-Fried. Moonstone Bank explained on Jan. 19, 2023, that the financial institution will officially be exiting the crypto space.

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Alameda Research invested $11.5 million into Moonstone Bank, also known as Farmington State Bank, through FBH, Moonstone’s holding company. Federal prosecutors believe the $697 million in assets, mostly made up of Robinhood shares, were acquired using funds stolen from FTX customers. Bankman-Fried maintains his innocence and has “denied misappropriating customer assets,” Sigalos explained on Friday.

Additionally, federal agents also seized funds that belonged to SBF that were held on the crypto exchanges Binance and Binance US. The U.S. government revealed intentions to seize the Robinhood shares during the first week of January 2023, and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) initiated the process.

Bankman-Fried attempted to regain access to the shares, noting that he needed the money to pay for legal expenses. The U.S. government can seize funds from citizens suspected of wrongdoing without necessarily charging them with a crime and from charged suspects awaiting trial. Federal prosecutors do not believe the assets seized are the property in the bankruptcy estate.

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What do you think about Federal prosecutors seizing nearly $700 million from SBF? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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