Bitfinex has proposed a $150M share buyback to some victims of its 2016 hack in an attempt to “address scrutiny” from regulators.
A firm involved in the FTX bankruptcy had a contract with iFinex — a Bitfinex company — for ‘fiat integration and revolving loan agreement.’
The Ledger Labs security report on the 2016 Bitfinex hack reportedly claims that the ‘Giancarlo’ and ‘admin’ keys were on the same device.
In a letter filed by Bitfinex attorneys, the firm was described as “likely the largest single victim of [Reggie] Fowler’s criminal scheme.”
A WSJ report shares how Tether allegedly falsified records and used people close to the firm in order to maintain access to banks.
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- Top Binance exec Noah Perlman’s ties to Epstein, Moonstone, and Gemini
- CFTC demands Coinbase user data in suspected Bybit probe
- Tether gives FBI peek behind the curtain
- Binance card withdrawals have been down for a week
- HTX hacked week after Poloniex — now Justin Sun only posts as AI
- Binance and CZ plead guilty but SEC lawsuit remains
- Tether sent $1B to UK firm owned by prominent Conservative donor
- M2: Did Mr. Wonderful endorse the next FTX?