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Former President Of FTX US Shares His Experience And Relationship With CEO Sam Bankman-Fried In Detailed Twitter Thread

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The former president of FTX US, Brett Harrison, published a 49-part Twitter thread explaining why he left the firm and his relationship with co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) of FTX. Before his role at FTX US, Harrison worked with SBF at Jane Street and prior to joining FTX, he worked for Citadel Securities. In the Twitter thread, the former president of the U.S. subsidiary explained that his “relationship with Sam Bankman-Fried and his deputies had reached a point of total deterioration, after months of disputes over management practices at FTX.”

Brett Harrison’s Deteriorating Relationship With FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried Leads to Resignation

On Jan. 14, 2023, Brett Harrison, the former president of FTX US, shared his personal account of his experience working at FTX US, the United States-based crypto exchange company, for seventeen months. Harrison described his days with the U.S. exchange in a 49-part Twitter thread that goes into great detail. Initially, Harrison was excited to join the company, but over time, his relationship with the company’s CEO, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), deteriorated due to disputes over management practices.

“Six months into my time at the company, pronounced cracks began to form in my own relationship with Sam,” Harrison said. “Around then I began advocating strongly for establishing separation and independence for the executive, legal, and developer teams of FTX US, and Sam disagreed.”

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The former president of FTX US Brett Harrison (pictured above) left FTX on Sept. 27, 2022.

Despite facing immense pressure, Harrison persisted in disagreeing with the CEO of FTX, whose sway over various industries was both pervasive and unyielding. Harrison said others at FTX US shared his dissent towards the CEO and his inner circle, as he remarked that it was a team of seasoned professionals from reputable firms in U.S. finance, law, and regulated exchanges.

“Our collective experience and professional acumen were frequently treated as though they were irrelevant and valueless. It was extremely frustrating for all of us,” Harrison insisted. Harrison added:

Sam was uncomfortable with conflict. He responded at times with dysregulated hostility, at times with gaslighting and manipulation, but ultimately chose to isolate me from communication on key decision-making.

Harrison Resigned From FTX on Sept. 27, 2022, After Attempts to Address Organizational Problems at the Company

Ultimately Harrison decided to leave the company and founded his own firm because he felt that the “dream job” of working at FTX US was not worth it due to the deterioration of the relationship with SBF. Harrison said SBF’s behavior and decisions were influenced by insecurity and volatility in temperament.

In early April 2022, Harrison made a final attempt to address the organizational problems at FTX US by making a formal complaint. In response, he was threatened with being fired and having his professional reputation destroyed by Bankman-Fried if he did not retract his complaint and apologize. This event solidified Harrison’s decision to leave the company. He wanted to ensure that the company was well-positioned for success after his departure, so he left the company in an orderly manner.

1/ An announcement: I’m stepping down as President of @FTX_Official. Over the next few months I’ll be transferring my responsibilities and moving into an advisory role at the company.

— Brett Harrison (@BrettHarrison88) September 27, 2022

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“So I gradually wound down, finished building and releasing the US stock brokerage, and saw FTX US employees through their mid-year reviews,” Harrison said. “I never could have guessed that underlying these kinds of issues … which I’d seen at other more mature firms in my career and believed not to be fatal to business success … was multi-billion-dollar fraud,” Harrison remarked.

Harrison added that he has received apologies from many people who are aware that he had no involvement in the criminal scheme. He has learned a lot about the industry over the last few months, some people treated him differently, while some offered sympathy and support. He also mentions that it will be difficult to forget the frenzied and baseless accusations leveled against him on social media.

When Harrison left FTX US last year, SBF told Bloomberg that the executive’s departure had been in the works for “a little while.” The news outlet also asked SBF about his own succession plans, and the FTX CEO said at the time that he had no plans to leave FTX and he would be there “for the long term.”

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Osprey Vies For Control Of Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust; Tron’s Justin Sun Offers To Invest Up To $1B On DCG Assets

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Osprey Vies For Control Of Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust; Tron’s Justin Sun Offers To Invest Up To $1B On DCG Assets

Following charges by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission against the crypto exchange Gemini and the digital currency lender Genesis, Tron founder Justin Sun told the press that he may be able to purchase assets from Genesis, up to $1 billion, “depending on their evaluation of the situation.” Additionally, the crypto investment manager Osprey has published an open letter to Barry Silbert of Digital Currency Group in an attempt to take over the management of Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust (GBTC).

Osprey Proposes Management Changes to Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust in Open Letter to Digital Currency Group

On Jan. 12, 2023, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed charges against the crypto exchange Gemini and crypto lender Genesis Global Capital. The crypto lender Genesis Global Capital is a Digital Currency Group (DCG) subsidiary. The regulator claims that the two organizations took part in an “unregistered offering.”

The SEC said that roughly three years ago, Gemini and Genesis gave investors the opportunity to loan crypto assets in exchange “for Genesis’ promise to pay interest.” The SEC charges followed two letters written by Gemini co-founder Cameron Winklevoss (letter 1, letter 2) and a recent shareholders letter by Silbert denying the accusations.

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The open letter to Barry Silbert from Osprey on Jan. 13, 2023.

The following day, the crypto investment manager Osprey published an open letter to Barry Silbert, the CEO of Digital Currency Group (DCG). Osprey wants to take over the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) as the fund believes “Osprey is the best-positioned third party to manage GBTC at this point.” DCG is the parent firm of Grayscale, and Osprey is not the first digital currency fund to offer help; the Tennessee-based crypto asset manager Valkyrie Investments is also vying to take over GBTC. Like Osprey, Valkyrie published an open letter to DCG stating that it is “uniquely qualified” for the role.

In its letter, Osprey detailed that if it were to take over GBTC’s management, it would change a few things associated with the Bitcoin Trust. “We would slash the management fee to 0.49% and clean up the expense structure of the fund, which contains significant conflicts of interest,” Osprey said on Friday. “We would also seek to implement a redemption program as soon as possible.” The digital currency fund manager added:

We would pursue a listing on NYSE immediately but from a position of collaboration with regulators. For example, we would not engage in any lawsuits against the SEC, but instead, would work directly with Congress to enlighten the SEC as to the rationale of approving the fund as an exchange-listed, ETP.

The company thinks that it is extending a hand in order to show continued commitment to shareholders. Osprey insists that DCG and Silbert should allow the fund to take over as soon as possible. “We urge you to install Osprey Funds as the sponsor of GBTC immediately, both to protect GBTC holders and provide confidence to the non-DCG-affiliated stakeholders of GBTC and Grayscale who have an interest in the preservation of value,” Osprey said.

Tron’s Justin Sun Offers to Invest $1 Billion in Digital Currency Group Assets Amid SEC Charges Against Gemini and Genesis

Meanwhile, Tron’s Justin Sun has told Reuters that he too is also willing to lend a hand. Sun said that he would consider investing $1 billion into Digital Currency Group (DCG) assets, but it depends on the “evaluation of the situation.” Sun also offered to help FTX the day before the exchange filed for bankruptcy on Nov. 11, 2022.

Tron’s Justin Sun (pictured above) is willing to lend a hand by buying $1 billion worth of DCG assets depending on the “evaluation of the situation,” the Tron founder told Reuters.

At the time, Sun said his team was working around the clock to help alleviate the situation with FTX, and he also remarked that he was taking steps to help FTX. However, none of the promises came to fruition and the following day, FTX filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Sam Bankman-Fried stepped down as CEO.

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It’s uncertain whether or not Digital Currency Group (DCG) or Genesis will accept help from organizations and individuals within the crypto industry. The company did not respond to Valkyrie’s attempt to sponsor GBTC over Grayscale during the first week of the new year.

Furthermore, Grayscale has been involved in an ongoing legal dispute with the SEC over denying GBTC being converted into an exchange-traded fund (ETF). Grayscale believes if the SEC allowed them to convert GBTC into an ETF, it would allow them to issue and redeem Bitcoin Trust shares. Grayscale has criticized the commission’s reasoning greatly and stressed that the U.S. regulator’s “central premise is illogical.”

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What do you think about the ongoing legal disputes and the potential management changes proposed by Osprey and Tron’s Justin Sun’s investment offer? Do you believe it’s a step in the right direction for the crypto industry or could it lead to more complications? Share your thoughts in the comments 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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Do Kwon, Terraform Labs Face Class-Action Lawsuit For Allegedly Selling Unregistered Securities

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Do Kwon, Terraform Labs Face Class-Action Lawsuit For Allegedly Selling Unregistered Securities

While most of the crypto economy’s digital assets have seen significant gains this month, Terra’s luna 2.0 has been stagnant as it has shed 24.37% against bitcoin during the last 30 days. LUNA is down 89.8% from the token’s all-time price high two months ago on May 28. Moreover, the whistleblower Fatman has revealed that victims of the Terra collapse have filed a class-action lawsuit against Terraform Labs, Do Kwon, and Nicholas Platias.

Crypto Whistleblower Fatman Reveals Getting Involved in Terra Lawsuit so ‘Justice Can Take Its Course’

On July 26, the whistleblower Fatman (@Fatmanterra on Twitter) shared a sign-up link for investors who were hurt financially by the Terra collapse in mid-May. The case is being handled by the litigation firm Scott+Scott and the defendants include Terraform Labs (TFL), Nicholas Platias, and Do Kwon. Furthermore, Jump Crypto, Jump Trading, Republic Capital, Republic Maximal LLC, Tribe Capital, Definance Capital, GSR Markets Limited, Three Arrows Capital (3AC), and the Luna Foundation Guard (LFG) are included.

In Fatman’s Twitter thread that discusses the lawsuit, the whistleblower complimented Do Kwon’s intellect but noted that the Terra co-founder did not use it for good. “Instead of using his genius for good, Do used it to create a scheme so convincing, ingeniously mixing in real utility with sheer lies, that it not only led to the downfall of thousands of investors but also some big funds who had been hoodwinked in spite of solid research,” Fatman remarked in the thread. Fatman added:

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We will be joining the class action lawsuit filed in the U.S. by the international law firm Scott+Scott. We are also preparing actions in another jurisdiction. We demand a fair trial to uncover all of TFL [and] Do Kwon’s wrongdoings and so that justice can take its course.

LUNA 2.0 Markets Flounder, South Korean Authorities Investigate Terra Co-Founders Do Kwon and Daniel Shin

While the class-action lawsuit participants prep for the case against TFL, the project’s luna 2.0 token called LUNA has not been performing as well as most of the crypto economy. LUNA has lost 24.37% against bitcoin (BTC) since last month and 9.62% against the U.S. dollar in the same time frame. Out of 13,099 crypto coins in existence, LUNA is ranked 148 with its $261.63 million market valuation. Since LUNA’s all-time high on May 28 when it reached $18.87 per unit, LUNA has lost 89.8% in USD value.

LUNA has significant exposure to tether (USDT) pairs as cryptocompare.com statistics indicate that USDT represents 77% of all LUNA’s trades during the last 24 hours. USDT is followed by USDC (11.43%), TRY (9.57%), USD (0.68%), and EUR (0.37%). Additionally, LUNA’s total value locked (TVL) in the world of decentralized finance (defi) is $26.88 million while just over $12 million is still held in defi protocols on the Terra Classic chain. In addition to the Scott+Scott lawsuit, Terra’s co-founder Daniel Shin is banned from leaving South Korea.

South Korean law enforcement officials are investigating TFL, Shin, and Kwon and Fatman say a rough translation of the article details that “the prosecutor also brought up the possibility of cooperating with Interpol to issue a Red Notice for Do Kwon’s extradition.” The class-action complaint published by Scott+Scott claims all of the Terra tokens TFL has issued are unregistered securities and TFL never registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In Fatman’s Twitter thread, the whistleblower stressed that it was hard to convey how badly some Terra investors were affected by the collapse. Fatman’s Twitter thread concluded by noting:

It’s time to take matters into our own hands. I’m sick of seeing our space invaded by scammers who think they can brazenly rob thousands of innocents and get away with it. People like Do Kwon make this industry rotten. It’s time for a purge so crypto can be reborn anew.

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What do you think about the class-action lawsuit against the Terra team members? What do you think about the lackluster market performance LUNA 2.0 has seen during the last month? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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Yuga Labs Sues Artist Ryder Ripps For ‘Scamming Consumers’ And Misusing Bored Ape Trademarks

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The creators of the popular non-fungible token (NFT) project Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Yuga Labs, have sued the artist dubbed Ryder Ripps and collaborators for attempting to devalue the BAYC brand. Yuga Lab’s lawsuit claims Ripps and associates trolled the company and started “scamming consumers into purchasing RR/BAYC NFTs by misusing Yuga Labs’ trademarks.

Yuga Labs Files Lawsuit Against Ryder Ripps, Aims to ‘Fight Against Slanderous Claims’

A lawsuit has been filed by Yuga Labs in the state of Califonia against the artist Ryder Ripps and a few associates. The company spoke about the lawsuit on June 24 via Twitter and said that support from the community was “overwhelming.”

“We will continue to be transparent with our community as we fight these slanderous claims,” Yuga Labs said. “In order to put a stop to the continuous infringement, and other illegal attempts to bring harm to us and the BAYC community, we have filed a lawsuit against the responsible parties. We will continue exploring and pursuing all legal options at our disposal.”

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Yuga Labs accuses Ryder Ripps of “seeking to devalue” official BAYC NFTs with a copycat collection called RR/BAYC NFTs. The lawsuit claims that original BAYC images were used and Ripps is accused of marketing the NFTs as official BAYC products.

Yuga Labs’ trademarks were also allegedly used in Ripps’ “Ape Market” NFT marketplace. The lawsuit adds that this is “no mere monkey business” and that Ripps’ actions were a “deliberate effort to harm Yuga Labs at the expense of consumers.”

During the first week of February, Ryder Ripps accused Yuga Labs’ trademarks of having “Nazi ties.” Yuga Labs co-founder Gordon Goner responded to the accusations in a Medium blog post and stressed that the allegations are “insanely far-fetched.”

The blog post gives a full summary of why the BAYC creators chose to use Apes, the inspiration behind the design of the BAYC logo, and the company name, Yuga Labs. The lawsuit accuses Ripps and several cohorts of “perpetuating a scam.”

The lawsuit notes that Ripps claims his actions are “satire,” but Yuga Labs insists Ripps raked in millions of ill-gotten profit from the RR/BAYC NFT collection. Yuga Labs believes Ripps and the collection will continue to damage the business. Ripps continues to tweet about the alleged connection between specific symbols Yuga Labs leverages.

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The RR/BAYC NFT collection’s creator also tweeted about the “terms people who purchased RR/BAYC’s agreed to” which says the customer “understands that this is a new mint of BAYC imagery, re-contextualizing it for educational purposes, as protest and satirical commentary.”

What do you think about the Yuga Labs’ lawsuit against Ryder Ripps and the RR/BAYC NFT collection? 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 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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