Elon Musk and Changpeng Zhao are two of the most well-known persons who have expressed their disgust with SBF in the aftermath of the FTX mishap.
Sam Bankman-Fried, the discredited founder of FTX, reportedly contributed $100 million to Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter, although Musk denied this.
Twitter employees received an email from Musk with an ultimatum: either commit to "working long hours at high intensity," or get rid of their desks as soon as possible.
SBF said last week that they had decided against investing in Twitter due to disagreements over the social network's future in the crypto sphere.
A increasing number of social media sites are including crypto and Web3 support, although perspectives differ on whether they are doing so for the sake of the ethos or for profit
There is good news for anyone looking for a Twitter substitute as Jack Dorsey is beta-testing a new "open and decentralized social network"- Bluesky Social.
Musk could also possibly implement more NFT features as he previously mocked the same.
Binance put $500 million into the Musk-Twitter transaction because it thought the businessman could transform the social media site a "free speech" hub
The chats of Jack Dorsey and Elon Musk reveal the excitement of the former CEO to rebuild Twitter as a decentralized platform. But how successful will Musk be in this journey?
Dogecoin (DOGE) has increased more than other leading cryptocurrencies shows that the bull might be making a fresh start now