FTX's sister companies have shut down, but FTX is still going strong!

The websites of FTX's sister companies have shut down.

As FTX's liquidity crisis continues, two companies closely tied to it appear to be inaccessible on their websites. Alameda Research and FTX Ventures are both inaccessible, raising questions about the future of the companies.

  • It's been a tough couple of days for Alameda and FTX Ventures. Both sites have been inaccessible since Tuesday, and it's unclear what the future holds for either company. However, we remain hopeful that they will both be able to bounce back and continue serving the community.
  • Alameda is a trading desk that is quickly gaining popularity among cryptocurrency investors. The firm was recently found to have large exposure to FTT on its balance sheet, which has caused many people to take notice of the company. CoinDesk's leak earlier this month has only served to increase interest in Alameda, and it will be interesting to see how the company develops in the future.
  • I think it's great that Alameda is willing to buy all of Binance's FTT tokens for $22 each. This shows that there is still strong interest in the project and that the team is committed to its success. I hope that this move will help to stabilize the price of FTT and help the project to reach its full potential.
  • Binance CEO Chanpheng Zhao has declined an offer to list FTT on the popular cryptocurrency exchange. At the time of writing, FTT is only $3.52.
  • I believe that Alameda's balance sheet reflects the city's assets and that there is no need for further comment on the matter.
  • It is good to see that FTX's main site is still operational, despite the current issues with withdrawals. I hope that the company is able to resolve the issues quickly so that customers can once again access their funds.
  • Binance, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, has signed a non-binding agreement to purchase FTX, a cryptocurrency derivatives platform. FTX has been assisting Binance in working through its "liquidity crunch" since Tuesday. This move will give Binance a much needed boost in liquidity and allow it to continue operating smoothly.
  • It's disappointing that the firm backed out of the deal with FTX, especially after getting a better understanding of how the firm handles client funds. It's even more disappointing that federal regulators are investigating the firm. We hope that the firm will be cleared of any wrongdoing and that this will not impact future deals.

It is clear that the recent FTX disaster has had a serious impact on the websites of Alameda and FTX Ventures. Both sites are currently down, and it is unclear when or if they will be back up and running.