John Ray – The New Ceo of FTX, responded to SBF Tweets and showed him ‘who is the new boss.’

Sam Bankman-Fried has passed some irrelevant statements on behalf of FTX for a few days; the new Chief Recruiting Officer and the CEO of FTX exchange, John Ray, has responded to the SBF’s Twitter thread on Twitter and showed SBF who is the new boss. 

  • Sam Bankman-Fried has created a Twitter thread of 31 tweets 
  • John Ray gave a reply to SBF 31 tweets in only 3 tweets 

On November 17, the new CEO and CRO John Ray, replied to SBF tweets on FTX’s official account. John Ray sarcastically repeated in the statements that Sam Bankman had resigned from FTX and all its native firms on November 11.

John Ray said, “Mr. Bankman-Fried has no ongoing role at @FTX_Official, FTX US, or Alameda Research Ltd. and does not speak on their behalf.”

Tweets and the replies 

Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of FTX, created a Twitter thread of 31 tweets starting November 14, 2022, in which he is passing the statements about what happened to him and the big regret seen in his tweets and blaming people about their attitude towards him. 

SBF said, “I was on the cover of every magazine, and FTX was the darling of Silicon Valley. We got overconfident and careless.”

But John Ray replied to all of his thirty-one tweets in three tweets. In his 3 tweets, John Ray indirectly wants to tell SBF,’ I’m the new boss.’

John Ray passed a statement,” As previously announced, Mr. Bankman-Fried resigned on November 11 from FTX_OFFICIAL FTX US, Alameda Research Ltd. and their directly and indirectly owned subsidiaries.”

Public statement over SBF confession 

Vox, an American journalism and opinion website, interviews and publishes an article on 16th Nov Sam Bankman Fried, where he confesses what happened with FTX and Almeda Research.  

He explained the entire story about FTX and Almeda Research. The article includes screenshots of the interview where SBF replied on regulators, ethics and lies. SBF talked about FTX and Almeda’s Research reasons for transactions of funds for investments.

Alex Kruger, an Economist, Trader, and  Entrepreneur tweeted about SBF’s FTX and Alameda Relations . He said, “so the takeaway from the vox msgs is that ftx basically never had any intention of maintaining separation between the exchange and alameda. customer deposits rolled in and was just viewed as their liquidity. they never even tracked how much of their customers’ funds they had lost.”