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Sam Bankman-Fried Doesn’t Want to Share Robinhood Shares


FTXformer CEO of Sam Bankman-Fried, Robinhoodin 450 millionHe sued to protect his dollar stake.

FTXevents and Sam Bankman Fried ( SBF ), continues to be on the agenda in the new year. in the middle of legal processes SBF, 115 years He is prosecuted with the possibility of imprisonment. On the other hand, lawyers SBF He started to agree that . However SBF side continues to deny and deny the events. Finally SBF, Robinhoodin 450 millioneyeing dollar stock FTXHe intimidated his debtors. SBFsued for the protection of the shares.

Sam Bankman-Fried Sues for Robinhood Shares

FTXSam Bankman-Fried, former CEO of SBF ), is heavily involved in legal processes. Finally SBFtook action to protect its shares.

Former stockbroker Robinhoodfiled a lawsuit to protect its shares in SBF, that these shares are his own and that he is in the bankruptcy process. FTXHe claimed that they did not belong to their company.

FTXco-founder of SBF, FTXHe works hard to ensure that the debtor companies within his body do not take control of the shares he thinks belong to him. Robinhoodin 450 milliondollar stock, bankruptcy FTXhad caught his eye.


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