The crypto mogul Sam Bankman-Fried has been tried and convicted of orchestrating one of the largest financial frauds in history, but little has changed for people who lost billions when FTX collapsed.
As Sam Bankman-Fried prepares to go to prison for one of the largest financial frauds in history, the cryptocurrency industry is looking ahead to a future without its former "golden boy."
The conviction marks a spectacular fall from grace for a once shining star in finance. He faces decades in prison.
The former FTX CEO was keen to convince jurors he did not intend to commit any crimes — but he stumbled frequently under withering questioning by the prosecution.
The former FTX CEO, who is accused of orchestrating one of the largest financial frauds in history, plans to testify in his own criminal trial in a major gamble to avoid prison time.
Bankman-Fried built a multibillion crypto business spearheaded by FTX with the help of a group of young colleagues. Now three of his closest associates have turned against him.
What happens when the hero you plan to write about becomes a villain in much of the public's eye? We asked bestselling authors Michael Lewis and Walter Isaacson about Sam Bankman-Fried and Elon Musk.
The trial of the former FTX CEO concluded its second week, featuring explosive testimony from Caroline Ellison, a former girlfriend of Bankman-Fried.
Caroline Ellison accused Bankman-Fried of being the mastermind behind illegal activity at FTX. Her words carry weight: She worked with him and also once dated him.
Sam Bankman-Fried's trial in New York kicked off with lawyers from both sides delivering their opening statements, painting him as a villain or as an innocent nerd.
Sam Bankman-Fried faces seven criminal charges, including for defrauding investors. His blockbuster trial is set to begin on Tuesday, and he could face an over 100-year prison term if convicted.
FTX's lawyers allege Sam Bankman-Fried's mom and dad helped shape their son's crypto empire and received millions of dollars worth of gifts and benefits from the now-bankrupt company.
A federal judge has decided the disgraced former CEO of the cryptocurency exchange should be sent to jail as he awaits trial on fraud charges.
Most white-collar defendants lay low, but the ex-CEO of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX has been talking, tweeting, and sending email newsletters. Those comments could come back to hurt him.
Cryptocurrencies are reeling after a miserable year that saw the collapse of companies such as FTX. A look at what lies ahead.