In response to the former FTX US executive's account of himself, SBF indicated that most of what he had said was untrue and that he didn't want to debate with him in front of the public.
In response to a tweet from Brett Harrison, a former president of FTX US, SBF said that Brett is a fantastic developer and is well knowledgeable about FTX technologies. Sam didn't want to engage in a public argument with him, even if he didn't entirely disagree with most of what he said.
Sam doesn't think he has the right to criticize him for his performance unless he agrees to it being done in public. SBF expressed its regret for what had happened to all of the FTX employees and sent him its best wishes.
In a recent interview, former FTX US CEO Brett Harrison revealed that he might have worked with the federation and kept his pledge to reveal more information about the inner workings of the soon-to-be-destroyed crypto exchange.
Notably, he also discusses the founder and CEO of FTX, a figure who attracted a lot of attention and scorn during the company's demise. Harrison claimed that SBF had limited engagement in US business during his time at FTX US but had a significant influence on company decisions.
His relationship with the SBF and its deputies had also severely deteriorated, and he was "emotionally unstable" and haughty. The method was in contention for some months.
He also admitted that since Harrison had suggested separating FTX US and FTX, his relationship with Sam had gotten worse. He made the decision to leave FTX because he could not accept the company's management.
Harrison led FTX's US operation as president until he abruptly left the position in September of last year, less than 18 months into his tenure.
Bankman-Fried entered a not guilty plea to eight federal counts connected to the demise of FTX earlier this month. Authorities claim that he and other FTX executives used consumer funds stolen from them to support reckless wagers at Alameda, expensive lifestyles, and investments.