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Liked on YouTube. | Title: I Accidentally Got SBF To Admit to Fraud. | Description: How I got Sam to admit to co-mingled funds on FTX leading up to their bankruptcy in ways that I believe is fraudulent. Sam Bankman Fried is the former CEO of FTX and accused of fraud. Follow Coffeezilla: ► Twitter: ► Instagram: ► Facebook: 🎶 Music: Credits: 3D Artist: Ed Leszczynski Video Editor: Harry Bagg Virtual Production Software: Aximmetry This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I think someone who promises $100K/month for an upfront fee of $2K is a scam. Others would call it a Napoleon Hill pitch. 0:00 Intro 0:18 Background to the Call 1:05 The Plan 2:12 Failure 1 - New York Times 4:30 Failure 2 - George Stephanopoulos 7:06 Failure 3 - Coffeezilla 8:38 Lessons Learned = The NEW Strategy 9:33 3rd Sam Bankman Fried Call Begins 10:04 Were you treating client assets differently? 10:31 Focus on Client Assets Only 10:51 Sam Tries to Deflect to Alameda 11:26 Can You Explain What That Means? 11:40 Separate Legal Agreement 12:05 Let's Focus Only on the Assets that Terms of Service Applied to 12:29 Sam Cites Billions of Withdrawals 13:32 Is there 1:1 Assets for Customers Who Didn't Agree to Margin? 14:19 Sam Finally Explains "Fungibility" of Funds During Bankruptcy 15:41 There Are No Buckets 16:38 During Collapse We May Have Allowed Withdrawals 17:27 You Can't Treat Everyone Equally 17:51 You Monopolized The Discussion Coffeezilla, Stop Grandstanding 18:40 My Reaction to Sam's Blowup 19:15 I Got What I Was Looking For 20:13 Analogy to Traditional Finance 21:08 Everyone was Subject to the Same Risk 22:31 Did I Monopolize Sam's Time?. | Published at: December 7, 2022 at 05:21PM. #%via:ifttt #%youtube #bookmarked_on_site #%watched #%consumed