The mysterious posts shared by FTX founder Sam Bankman Fried (SBF) on Twitter fell on the agenda of the crypto money community.
The meaningless posts of Bankmak Fried, the founder of FTX, whose bankruptcy pushed the crypto money market into a chaotic process, fueled suspicions and allegations. “The one that was thrown the other day by the founder”1) WhatVarious letters that make no sense following the ” post shared. These attitudes of a stock exchange founder, who was at the center of all these events, were met with reaction.
Lack of a statement by Bankman Fried on the subject complete theories also brought it to the line. One of the most prominent theories is that Bankman Fried’s account may be shown as hacked. In the past days, after the FTX bankruptcy, there was a large amount of money out of the stock market, and the officials said that “cyber attackdescribed it as ”. Yet very few people believed this argument. Most investors say thisevasion by fire”, heavy criticism was leveled at FTX and its team for their insincere attitude.
After the so-called hacking of the stock market, these meaningless posts that were expelled from Bankman-Fried’s account may appear in a place like “my account was hacked, sorry” in the coming days. Another theory is that in parallel with every meaningless post Bankman-Fried shares, deleting another post from the past that it might be. Thus, it may try to deceive the bot algorithm and face a potential court in the future. trying to destroy evidence posts thought to be possible.
The latest addition to the tweet thread by Fried at the time of writing really makes the process more blurry:
NOT LEGAL ADVICE. IT IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE. THAT’S ALL AS I REMEMBER, BUT SOME SECTIONS OF MY MEMORY MAY BE WRONG.
Although it is difficult to predict where this tweet series will end, it is certain that it will not lead to a place that will make investors happy in the end. Shortly after the bankruptcy of the founder of the billion-dollar stock market, it was almost like “playing crazy” destroys any remaining hope of the already aggrieved and outraged investor.