Former FTX.US President Brett Harrison Says He’ll Share His Story on Collapse of Crypto Exchange

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Former FTX.US president Brett Harrison says he’ll share what he knows about the disgraced and bankrupt exchange “in time.”

Harrison answered one Twitter user asking what the FTX.US exchange president knew about what was going at FTX.

Says Harrison,

“I’ll share in time.” 

Harrison stepped down from his position as president of FTX’s US arm in late September, a little more than a month before FTX and FTX US both suddenly collapsed and filed for bankruptcy.

The former president also recently responded to another Twitter user who asked him why he’s in not in jail. Harrison, who previously worked for Citadel Securities, told the other Twitter user to “use powers of inference.” Harrison hasn’t been accused of any crimes related to FTX.

FTX filed for bankruptcy in November after the crypto exchange failed to meet withdrawal requests from its customers. The exchange’s former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is facing up to 115 years in prison after being accused of defrauding investors and mishandling customer assets.

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has also seized $456 million worth of shares of the popular trading app Robinhood that were linked to Bankman-Fried.

Prosecutors with the Commercial Litigation branch of the DOJ Civil Division said in a new filing that the seized assets constitute property involved in the violations of money laundering and wire fraud criminal statutes and are not properties of the bankruptcy estate.

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