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ScienceIO CEO says FTX founder stole $10B via a $40M small donation

ScienceIO CEO says FTX founder stole $10B via a $40M small donation 2

Will Manidis criticised FTX’s ex-CEO over his involvement in the funding activities with democratic politicians. 

Just a few days ago, healthcare data platform ScienceIO CEO Will Manidis took to Twitter to criticise Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), founder & former CEO of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX.

Manidis said that SBF donated $40 million to the democratic politicians that is why he was able to steal $10 billion via his FTX exchange from innocent users without facing any jail punishment. 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded to the old information provided by the ScienceIO CEO and said that $40 million was public data disclosed by SBF but in reality, he probably donated over $1 Billion. 

Popular Dogecoin supporter Matt Wallace also responded on the past donations released by the FTX founder and noted that Beto O’Rourke is now a more respected person under his views because he returned a $1 million donation to SBF. 

On 2 December, Maxine Waters, Chairperson at the United States House Financial Services Committee, requested SBF to appear in a discussion over FTX bankruptcy-related investigation. 

Ryan Wyatt, CEO of Polygon blockchain, responded and noted that SBF is getting significant support despite his huge mistakes as a fraudster.

Polygon CEO said that he is a criminal and democratic politicians should not treat in sweet way. 

In the present time, the majority of people are claiming that the news medias are trying to show SBF as a good person despite he did a big fraud with the FTX users. 

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ScienceIO CEO says FTX founder stole $10B via a $40M small donation



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