Tether’s new Bahama’s-based banking partner and its main shareholders are major donors to the UK’s ruling Conservative Party.
The Bahamas government must decide if it will allow five charges against FTX founder SBF to be included in his upcoming US trial.
Politicians in the Bahamas are concerned that the collapse of FTX could damage the country’s reputation as a finance and crypto hub.
Sam Bankman-Fried says he’s gearing up for some kind of “restart” but the troubled former billionaire may have to look beyond crypto.
The Bahamas’ Security Commission froze FTX International’s assets yesterday while insisting that Bahamian accounts be able to withdraw funds.
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