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Oliver Knight is a CoinDesk reporter based between London and Lisbon. He does not own any crypto.

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Sam Bankman-Fried transfirió al menos US$4000 millones de fondos de FTX garantizados por activos que incluyen el token del exchange, FTT, y acciones de la plataforma de trading Robinhood Markets Inc (HOOD) para dar asistencia a Alameda Research tras una serie de pérdidas por acuerdos que sufrió la empresa, según tres personas familiarizadas con el tema que aparecen en el informe de Reuters del jueves.

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Dos personas dijeron que una parte de los fondos eran depósitos de los clientes, aunque el valor exacto de estos activos no fue especificado.

Una de las pérdidas que Alameda tuvo que enfrentar implicaba un acuerdo de préstamo por US$500 millones con el prestamista cripto Voyager Digital, expuso el informe. Voyager se declaró en quiebra un mes después.

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El martes FTX detuvo todos los retiros no fiduciarios de clientes tras recibir US$6000 millones en solicitudes de retiro durante 72 horas a principios de esta semana. El CEO de Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), había firmado una carta de intención no vinculante para adquirir FTX con el fin de aliviar la presión por la liquidez, pero parece que ahora dio marcha atrás a cualquier potencial acuerdo.

Este artículo fue traducido por Natalia Paulovsky.


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