A whole listing of the collectors owed cash by the bankrupt cryptocurrency change FTX has been launched, revealing a myriad of firms and authorities entities wrapped up in its collapse.

Late on Jan. 25, attorneys for FTX filed its creditor matrix to america Chapter Courtroom for the District of Delaware. The large 115-page doc particulars the names of its collectors in alphabetical order.

The listing reveals the sprawling international internet of firms from airways, accommodations, charities, banks, enterprise capital companies, media retailers and crypto firms together with U.S. and worldwide authorities companies all owed cash by the fallen change.

The names of practically 9.7 million (9,693,985) FTX clients with funds caught on the change have been nevertheless redacted from the doc.

Notable crypto and Web3-related firms owed cash by FTX embody Coinbase, Galaxy Digital, Yuga Labs, Circle, Bittrex, Sky Mavis, Chainalysis, Messari and entities of Binance.

Massive Tech gamers Apple, Netflix, Amazon, Meta, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft and Twitter have been additionally included as collectors. The New York Occasions, The Wall Avenue Journal and CoinDesk have been among the many media retailers talked about.

“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary (proper) pictured with FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried. O’Leary is a former FTX spokesperson and a manufacturing firm he owns is listed as a creditor. Supply: SALT NY

The tax places of work of a number of U.S. state companies and the federal Inner Income Service (IRS) have been listed. Different authorities entities in Japan, Australia and Hong Kong, amongst others, are additionally collectors.

FTX not solely owes massive entities however seemingly smaller companies too, as a Nassau-based pest management enterprise and a backyard heart seem on the listing.

The corporate’s prior public relations firm, M Group, appeared as a creditor. FTX employed the agency to characterize them, however the firm stated it ceased work with FTX upon its chapter.

The submitting didn’t embody what every entity was owed and inclusion on the listing doesn’t imply it had a buying and selling account with FTX.

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Earlier filings made in November by FTX’s attorneys speculated the change could have over 1,000,000 collectors.

In a December tell-all Twitter thread, a earlier FTX worker detailed the “moronically inefficient” luxurious expenditures of the enterprise.

Some entities on the listing level to the corporate’s prior extreme expenditures, with Uber Eats and Doordash entities from throughout North America and Australia on the listing together with Airbnb and the names of a number of luxurious accommodations around the globe.

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