Crypto analysis company On-chain analysis disclosed FTX owes him money as part of the bankruptcy proceedings of beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange.
Chainalysis was listed as a creditor in filings submitted in Delaware bankruptcy court on Wednesday, and he requested that all relevant records be turned over to his attorneys.
The partnership between the blockchain analytics firm and FTX dates back to at least 2019 when they collaborated to update the exchange’s anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures. .
When FTX last updated their website help page in August, the connection was made.
Chainalysis was one of 53 companies FTX admitted to doing business with Forbes earlier this year.
Major accounting firms Deloitte and PwC, payment processor Stripe and a number of law firms are also on the list.
The documents, however, do not disclose how much money FTX owes him.
Long list of companies exposed to FTX
FTX said there could be more than a million people with claims in the case, but expects to release a list of its “top 50” creditors by the end of this week.
A few companies have already disclosed their own involvement with FTX, whether in the form of lending, investing in one of its platforms, or owning the FTT token.
According Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhaohis company still has a large stock of FTT FTT/USD tokens.
BlockFia cryptocurrency lender, said this week that it has “substantial exposure” to FTX and that it plans to file for bankruptcy and make layoffs.
Alameda Research owes $4.1 billion to various parties
Meanwhile, in a statement filed in Delaware Bankruptcy Court, new FTX CEO, John J. Ray III revealed that the bankrupt company Alameda Search owes a total of $4.1 billion to various parties.
Euclid Way Ltd, one of the companies subject to FTX’s bankruptcy filing, loaned $2.3 billion to Paper Bird Inc.
Additionally, Alameda Research loaned FTX founder $1 billion Sam Bankman Fried$543 million to FTX engineering director Nishad Singh and $55 million to the co-CEO of FTX Ryan Salame.