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FTX Group Files for Bankruptcy

As you may be aware, FTX.com, FTX US, Alameda Research, and certain of their corporate affiliates (collectively, the “FTX Group”) commenced voluntary chapter 11 cases in the District of Delaware. A petition for one of the corporate entities is available here, and the balance of petitions and bankruptcy pleadings will be filed. In connection with the restructuring, Sam Bankman-Fried is resigning as CEO and John J. Ray III has been appointed as go-forward CEO. Stephen Neal has also been appointed as the chairman of the Board for FTX.com, Alameda Research, and certain other entities.

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Ropes & Gray Crypto Quarterly


Time to Read: 1 minutes Practices: Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

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Welcome to Ropes & Gray Crypto Quarterly, our publication featuring news, trends, and legal developments in the cryptocurrency industry.

The landscape of digital assets, blockchain and related technologies is constantly evolving. Each quarter, Ropes & Gray attorneys analyze government enforcement and private litigation actions, rulings, settlements, and other key developments in this space. We distill the flood of industry headlines so that you can identify and manage risk more effectively. The attached newsletter includes takeaways from this quarter’s review.

In this Q3 newsletter, we explore critical questions and issues facing the crypto industry—

  • How to navigate the ever-evolving regulatory landscape and recent actions put forth by the SEC, CFTC, and DOJ
  • Notable matters focused around securities litigation, data breaches, and fraud
  • Where crypto fits into the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in crypto-custodian bankruptcy proceedings
  • How readers should be looking ahead, and what the industry might expect for Q4 and the beginning of the new year

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