Former FTX CEO Confirms Speech at Grand Stage in New York A spokesperson for the event revealed it online.

The former FTX CEO will speak at New York’s Main Stage on November 30 after a nearly two-week absence since filing for bankruptcy. And there are many questions from crypto people around the world.

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) tweeted that he will join New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin at the DealBook Summit on November 30.

but it is not clear and Will he attend the event in person or will he do a video interview? and if he actually comes to work It should be considered as the first time to appear in public!

“I’ll be speaking with @andrewrsorkin at the @dealbook Summit next Wednesday (October 30),” SBF tweeted in a short tweet.

Of course, news hawks Fans look forward to interviewing SBF as there are many questions the world wants to hear from him, including the New York Times reporter as host.

But a spokesperson for the New York Times responded to the matter by email with The Block, saying that the SBF is currently expected to attend the interview from the Bahamas.

who thinks it is unlikely that SBF will ever be found in person even though many parties are looking for him. This includes the US House Financial Services Commission. who want the SBF to testify before the committee in December as the collapse of FTX has harmed millions of subscribers.

* Related news: a US House committee plans to call FTX to testify next month

The New York Times annual meeting will be held on 30 November in New York. were installed before FTX collapse and one of them also had SBF.

The list also includes world-class speakers including Larry Fink, CEO of the world’s largest asset management company BlackRock, former US Vice President Mike Pence, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Volodymyr President of the Ukraine Zelensky and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

source: theblock bloomberg tweet

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