• A 115-page document filed in US Bankruptcy Court revealed the list of big tech firms, crypto firms, airlines, media outlets, and other entities owed money by the collapse FTX crypto exchange.
• The document redacted the names of individual customers whose money is stuck in FTX.
• Prominent crypto and web3 companies, big tech companies, media outlets, banks, charities, government entities, venture capital firms, and local businesses near FTX Bahamas headquarters were listed in the document.
A document filed in the US Bankruptcy Court has revealed a list of big tech firms, crypto firms, airlines, media outlets, and other entities owed money by the collapse of FTX crypto exchange. The document, which was 115 pages in length, was filed by the lawyers of FTX and listed the creditors owed by the exchange. The document, however, redacted the names of individual customers whose funds are stuck in FTX.
The list of creditors included prominent crypto and web3 companies such as entities of Binance, Circle, Galaxy Digital, Bittrex, Coinbase, Yuga Labs, Sky Mavis, Messari, and Chainalysis. Big tech companies such as Meta, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and LinkedIn were also listed in the document, as well as media outlets such as New York Times, CoinDesk, Bloomberg, and CNN. Banks, charities, government entities, venture capital firms, and local businesses near FTX Bahamas headquarters were also named in the document.
The document caused shock among the many who thought that FTX only worked with crypto-based firms, as it showed that government entities were also involved. This has led to a sense of unease in the crypto community, as it is unclear when those whose funds are stuck in FTX will get their money back.
The document is the latest in the saga of FTX, which was founded in 2018 and quickly grew to become one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world. The exchange was hit by a series of scandals and legal issues before finally collapsing in late January 2023. The collapse of FTX has left thousands of customers stranded, with their funds still stuck in the exchange. It remains to be seen when these customers will be able to retrieve their funds.