John Ray III

Why FTX Might Try to Claw Back Funds From Retail Customers
Why FTX Might Try to Claw Back Funds From Retail Customers
As lawsuits continue to pile up in the FTX saga, FTX chief John Ray III is focused on clawing back funds from former affiliates to pay back creditors. But how might that play...
Why FTX Might Try to Claw Back Funds From Retail Customers

New FTX CEO John J. Ray III (C-Span)
FTX Fires Back at Creditors 'Willing to Gamble Estate Assets on Higher Returns'
The committee of unsecured creditors had criticized the bankrupt estate's reorganization plan submitted to a Delaware court in July.
New FTX CEO John J. Ray III (C-Span)

Sam Bankman-Fried leaves a federal court in Manhattan (Elizabeth Napolitano / CoinDesk)
FTX Bankruptcy Team Says the Exchange Owed Customers $8.7B
Commingling and misuse of customer funds occurred from the start at FTX, says current CEO John J. Ray III, and senior executives knew of the shortfall as early as August 2022.
Sam Bankman-Fried leaves a federal court in Manhattan (Elizabeth Napolitano / CoinDesk)

FTX CEO's Legal Billings Hint at Comeback for the Exchange
FTX CEO's Legal Billings Hint at Comeback for the Exchange
The latest billing report of FTX's new CEO John Ray III suggests that the exchange could be rebooted. "The Hash" panel discusses the possibility of building "FTX 2.0" and reac...
FTX CEO's Legal Billings Hint at Comeback for the Exchange

CDCROP: FTX (Leon Neal/Getty Images)
FTX CEO's Legal Billings Continue to Hint at '2.0 Reboot'
John Ray III billed just over 6.5 hours in his last cycle reviewing and working on what appears to be FTX 2.0 materials.
CDCROP: FTX (Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Former FTX US President Brett Harrison. (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)
Former FTX US President Reportedly Quit After ‘Protracted Disagreement’ With Bankman-Fried
A new 45-page report detailing accounting failures at the failed crypto exchange says that at one point employees were instructed by an unnamed higher-up to “come up with some...
Former FTX US President Brett Harrison. (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)

Alameda Research-linked wallet transfers to trading firms. (Arkham Intelligence)
Alameda-Linked Wallet Sent $100M of Stablecoins to Trading Firms After USDC Depeg
Three other wallets linked to FTX and Alameda sent $188.5 million in stablecoins to crypto exchanges on Tuesday.
Alameda Research-linked wallet transfers to trading firms. (Arkham Intelligence)

FTX CEO John J. Ray III (C-Span)
FTX Bankruptcy Special Counsel, Advisers Bill $38M for January
FTX’s bankruptcy proceeding has teams of lawyers, investment bankers, consultants and financial advisers working on the case.
FTX CEO John J. Ray III (C-Span)

John J. Ray III, CEO of FTX Group (Nathan Howard/Getty Images)
FTX Has ‘Massive Shortfall’ in Assets, Say Bankruptcy Lawyers
So far, $2.2 billion in assets have been identified in the wallets of accounts associated with FTX.com, of which only $694 million are in the most liquid assets.
John J. Ray III, CEO of FTX Group (Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

FTX Group CEO John J. Ray III (Nathan Howard/Getty Images)
New FTX CEO Charged Crypto Exchange $690K Last Year: Hearing
John J. Ray III replaced former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried at the bankrupt crypto exchange.
FTX Group CEO John J. Ray III (Nathan Howard/Getty Images)