Independent crypto journalist Tiffany Fong obtained the photo of the former FTX CEO from a former inmate she called “G Lock.”
Sam Bankman-Fried allegedly sent a “bribe payment” of $40 million to a private crypto wallet to attempt to get FTX accounts unfrozen.
The former FTX CEO built up a benevolent self-image, but criminal allegations paint a very different picture.
The 30-year-old former billionaire pleaded not guilty to charges related to the collapse of his allegedly fraudulent crypto empire.
Bankman-Fried "willfully and knowingly" conspired to commit wire fraud, prosecutors wrote.
Bankman-Fried has officially been charged with fraud in the wake of his crypto-empire's sudden collapse.
The disgraced FTX founder was arrested on unspecified charges a month after the sudden collapse of his crypto empire.
The company claims lawmakers should let the NFT-powered metaverse flourish because it will somehow add $3 trillion to global GDP by 2031.
At the The New York Times' Dealbook conference, the former FTX CEO said he just wanted figure out what happened.
The former FTX CEO's personal bank account is looking a little slimmer these days, he claimed in an interview.
The company called the decision “difficult but but necessary” following the sudden collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried's firm FTX.