Sam Bankman-Fried admits he lied about being ethical

Sam Bankman-Fried opened up in an interview about his mistakes with FTX and what he would’ve done differently – but he did not appear to be remorseful. 

Bankman-Freid, 30, is still in the Bahamas but openly spoke with Vox reporter Kelsey Piper through Twitter’s direct message feature on Tuesday about his current circumstances. 

Over the summer, the FTX owner opened up to Piper about unethical moves within the crypto world and how ‘unethical’ decisions cause ‘massively more damage than good.’ 

But now Bankman-Freid is backtracking on his statement about unethical moves and calling it a ‘front.’ 

‘Man all the dumb s*** I said,’ Bankman-Freid told Piper on Tuesday. ‘It’s not true, not really… some of this decade’s greatest heroes will never be known, and some of its most beloved people are basically shams.’ 

Bankman-Freid then discussed ethics as if it was a game – to which Piper said: ‘You were really good at talking about ethics, for someone who kind of saw it all as a game with…

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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