Recent FTX and Alameda Research Information about the disaster has come to light. On December 6, the Financial Times (FT) published documents showing Alameda’s investment portfolio. It claims he has spent more than $5 billion on hundreds of investments by the company. Some of the money went to odd investments like a fertility company called Ivy Natal and a drone maker called Brinc Drones.
Alameda invests in her nearly 500 companies and projects
Over the past two years, FTX and Alameda Research have spent billions of dollars in deals, sponsorships and investments. rice field. At the end of January 2022, FTX looked huge after raising his $400 million from investors including Softbank Vision Fund 2, Tiger Global, Temasek, Paradigm and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board.
After Series C funding, FTX is valued at his $32 billion, former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) says FTX aims to expand the company’s “global reach” said there is. The FTX and SBF quantitative trading firms collapsed after Alameda’s balance sheet was revealed in the first week of November.
Since then, FTX’s parent companies, West Realm Shires Services, Alameda Research, and approximately 130 affiliates have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. This week, December 6, 2022, FT released documents relating to his Alameda Research investment. This is his nearly 500 investments totaling about $5.4 billion.
In addition to the FT, Larry Cermak, vice president of research at The Block, has published the entire list ofAlameda-based investments in a Excel sheet. Exported. Cermak further said Alameda’s biggest investments include Genesis Digital Assets, Anthropic, Digital Assets DA AG, K5 and IEX.
If the data is accurate, documents also show that Alameda has made significant investments in blockchain projects, foundations, tokens, and non-fungible token (NFT) projects. This includes Hole Tokens, Polygon, Near, 1inch, Lido, Xterio, Aptos, and Yuga Labs. For example, Polygon received $50,000,000 from Maclaurin Investments Ltd., also known as Alameda Ventures.
Near raised his $50 million from his FTX Ventures Ltd. Maclaurin donated his $30,000,000 to Near. FTX Ventures provided Yuga Labs with approximately $50 million, and Aptos acquired $74.9 million from Clifton Bay Investments, also known as Alameda Research Ventures. Alameda has invested in well-known funds such as Multicoin Venture Fund II and Skybridge Capital II Fund.
Money flowed to Chinese news companies such as Blockbeats and O’daily News. The company has invested in Paxos, Messari, Starkware, Circle, Fanatics, Magic Eden and Sky Mavis (Axie Infinity). An Ohio-based agricultural and vertical farming company called 80 Acres earned him $25 million, with $11.5 million going into a company called Geniome.
He has donated $500 million to artificial intelligence (AI) research company Anthropic and $1.5 million to a fertility venture called Ivy Natal. The FT described Alameda’s portfolio as “a disjointed bundle of approximately 500 illiquid investments divided among 10 holding companies.” The FT authors further state that, as far as Alameda investment documents are concerned, “FT assumes no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the data.”
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