Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of FTX, said that some of the statements made by the new CEO of the exchange, John Ray, are not true.
John Ray, who is responsible for the restructuring of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, said in his statements last month that the previous administration of FTX not keeping good records and some of the company’s financial information is not correct told.
Sam Bankman-Fried, founder and former CEO of FTX, told The Block that some of the statements made by John Ray “false” stated that.
Bankman-Fried said, “In some parts of the statements (for example) it was said that there was no such thing as ABC, but at the time my copy of ABC was open in front of me.” He objected to the new manager’s statements.
Bankman-Fried is the new CEO of FTX It is possible that he made false statements intentionally or unintentionally. is thinking. Bankman-Fried also announced that FTX’s new management team not responding to their e-mails says:
“If you’re running a company and aren’t communicating with people who have run that company before you, it can be difficult to find where useful information about the company is located.”
Ray, in his statements a few weeks ago, In his 40-year career, he has never seen a company run as “uncontrolled” as FTX. he had said. Bankman-Fried responded to this statement as follows:
“I disagree with the comment that there is no financial control. I agree that there is not enough control at some points and that these points are critical points. It was a very bad thing anyway.”