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Sam Bankman Fred accepts extradition in the United States

Bankman-Fried agrees to extradite him to the United States – against the wishes of his lawyer

Bankrupt Crypto Bankman-Fried Wants to Get Out of ‘Hell Nast’ Bahamas

Sam Bankman-Fred, CEO of the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has been imprisoned in the Bahamas since December 12. Now, against the will of his lawyer, he has agreed to be extradited to the United States.


Barbed wire in front of the district court in Nassau (Bahamas): Apparently, FTX founder Sam Bankman Fried is tired of being imprisoned in the Bahamas.


Jean Claude RemyEditor Economics

Sam Bankman-Fried (30), CEO of the bankrupt cryptocurrency trading platform FTX, will have to answer before the US judicial authorities. During a busy day of negotiations in the Bahamas, he voluntarily decided to extradite him to the United States.

Bankman-Fried did not comment on his decision. The American media assume that Fred did not want to stay in prison for several months in the Bahamas, where conditions appear to be miserable. Fox Hill Prison, where he is currently held, is known as the “Hell Prison”.