SBK's Letter to FTX Employees is Quite Hilarious...

bourbon n blues

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He's simply trying to minimize his losses by using his celebrity to prop up FTX. At this point, the only value of FTX is in perceived value. He is trying to get people to quit bailing out. Mr. Wonderful will then bail out when he thinks the dead cat bounce has peaked.
Very good observation.
 

ChiTownLion

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He's simply trying to minimize his losses by using his celebrity to prop up FTX. At this point, the only value of FTX is in perceived value. He is trying to get people to quit bailing out. Mr. Wonderful will then bail out when he thinks the dead cat bounce has peaked.
I wonder how much money "Mr. Wonderful" accepted to endorse the safety and security of FTX.
 

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AnonymousSource

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The funny part is all the right wing bro culture obsessed with crypto and pushing these money laundering frauds.

Shit, Trump made a couple hundred million peddling fake claims of election fraud to the same.

Truth Social is another grift that paid out well in the era of grifter social media and crypto get rich quick schemes.


The getting is good right now. Can't blame the right and elite class from pillaging the stupid's...
 
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