Brett Harrison, Former US President of FTX, Said He Will Release Details on Exchange “in Due Time.”

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Last Updated on January 9, 2023 by Bitfinsider

Brett Harrison, the former president of FTX U.S., aims to discuss the functioning of the cryptocurrency exchange.

Harrison reacted to a tweet inquiring what he knew about FTX’s U.S. unit and when by responding, “I’ll reveal when the time is right.”

He resigned as president of FTX U.S. in September of the previous year, prior to the crisis that destroyed the exchange. Prior to joining FTX U.S. in May 2021, Harrison worked at Citadel Securities as a high-speed trading executive.

Caroline Ellison, former CEO of FTX’s sibling trading business Alameda Research, and Gary Wang, FTX co-founder and former CTO, both key lieutenants of former FTX boss Sam Bankman-Fried, were discovered to be collaborating with authorities after pleading guilty to criminal charges in late December.

Concerns linger, though, over the fate of other major FTX and Alameda individuals. Recent reports indicate that authorities are investigating the role played by former FTX engineering director Nishad Singh in the company’s demise.

The Information reported on 2 December that he is presently seeking funding for a new firm that would provide crypto trading tools to institutional clients.

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