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FTX Debtors’ List of Assets Omits Mention of Large Stash of NFTs and ENS Names Owned by Alameda  – Bitcoin News

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This week, FTX’s debtors issued a press release and a 20-page document noting that the bankruptcy trustee had identified $5.5 billion in liquid assets. The documents detail investigators’ discovery of fiat currency, crypto assets and securities as part of her FTX and Alameda Research cash. However, disclosures to unsecured creditors do not mention the very large stash of non-fungible tokens that the company has amassed over the years.

FTX and Alameda Clearing Assets Contain Thousands of NFT and ENS Names

FTX insiders and quant trading firm Alameda Research were heavily involved in the non-fungible token (NFT) hype that began in 2021. In fact, after FTX and Alameda filed for bankruptcy protection, the newsdesk discovered a large number of Alameda/FTX-linked wallets, as well as thousands of his NFTs and Ethereum Name Service (ENS) names.

The find was obtained from a purse Labeled by Block Researcher Larry Sermack and parsed data from crypto monitoring applications Arkham Intelligence When dappradar.comportfolio viewer. For example, an address linked to Alameda “0x116holds approximately $100,000 in crypto tokens, but also holds 107 ENS names. Alameda may have thought he could rename his ENS in the future as the company acquired a number of common names.

FTX debtor asset list omits mention of large stash of NFT and ENS names owned by Alameda
ENS name linked to Alameda Research.

Alameda and now, the liquidators are “tickets.eth”, “payment.eth”, “network.eth”, “dungeon.eth”, “packager.eth”, “nootropic.eth”, “breakfast.eth”, etc. I own an ENS name. ,” and so on. Most aren’t worth much, but certain of his ENS names, such as ‘payment.eth’ and ‘network.eth’, sell for nearly $9,000 per name. Alameda’s collection of his ENS names is not mentioned in his 20-page presentation presented to FTX’s unsecured creditors.

January last year was a lot controversy Several mirrored non-fungible token (NFT) collections have hit the scene, copying the artwork of the Cryptopunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs.Interestingly, Alameda’s ethereum address “0x0f4” has a ton of unofficial “flipped” Cryptopunks and “mirrored” BAYC NFTs.

FTX debtor asset list omits mention of large stash of NFT and ENS names owned by Alameda
Alameda Research owns 12 Meebits, 2 MAYCs and a few good NFTs.

The “0x0f4” address holds 2,447 NFTs from 629 different NFT collections in its wallet. Alameda’s “0x0f4” collected his NFTs from compilations like Time Frog, Party-Animals, Metawarden, Shrouded Playground, and many more from numerous relatively unknown NFT collections.

Alameda also collects good non-fungible tokens (NFTs), record It shows that the company has acquired 11 legitimate cryptopunks, which are collectively worth an estimated $784,000. The trading platform purchased seven different Art Blocks Curated worth approximately $1.47 million on January 20, 2023.

FTX debtor asset list omits mention of large stash of NFT and ENS names owned by Alameda
According to 21shares data hosted on Dune Analytics, it is a very valuable and excellent NFT owned by Alameda Research.

Alameda and its current liquidators own 81 Rand NFTs from the sandbox, worth an estimated $155,000 in total. Alameda also acquired two Otherdeeds, currently worth about $25,000, and 12 Meebits, which he currently estimates is worth $88,000. Many excellent NFTs ethereum address “0xca4

That particular wallet contains some of Alameda’s most valuable NFTs. This includes Otherdeed’s land ownership and his two Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC) NFTs worth about $50,000 in total. Larry Cermak’s Alameda address list highlights about 29 different his Ethereum addresses. Additionally, data from Arkham Intelligence shows that there are 68 addresses associated with quantitative trading platforms. Alameda Research.

A sizeable handful of wallets own NFTs from the majority of Alameda addresses. Most of these wallets are FTX bankruptcy team and liquidator. In tokens alone, Alameda’s 68 tethered Ethereum-based wallets represent a net worth of approximately $189.12 million.

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