FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried is agreeing to testify before US lawmakers next week after previously indicating he would not show up. The disgraced former CEO of FTX tells Democratic Congresswoman…
However, the FTX founder warns “there is a limit to what I will be able to say.”
Crypto executive Sam Bankman-Fried agreed to testify before the House Financial Services committee, after CNBC reported that Representative Maxine Waters would not be pursuing a subpoena.
The reforms include regulating stablecoins as a means of payment and creating a sandbox where firms and regulators can test new financial technologies.
Sam Bankman-Fried is willing to testify during the hearing on Dec. 13, the founder of the beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange said in a tweet on Friday.
Rishi Sunak’s government is pushing forward with plans to turn the United Kingdom into a global hub for crypto assets.
Despite missing a response deadline, Sam Bankman-Fried says he’s willing to testify at a U.S. Senate hearing into the collapse of FTX.
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“It’s all at zero. I don’t know because my account got scraped a couple of weeks ago — all the data, all the coins, everything.