On November 14, Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of FTX, tweeted a series of enigmatic message that sparked a lot of rumor.
Without providing any more context, Bankman-Fried published a cryptic number of tweets that spelt out “What Happened.”
He declared at the end of the tweets that none of the information was intended to be either legal or financial advice.
He acknowledged that his recall could be partially flawed. The tweets confused the crypto community even though the majority of them were only making criticisms in light of previous events.
Some compared it, at least in terms of its significance or lack thereof, to the notorious “covfefe” Trump incident.
Numerous theories have been put out on what Bankman-Fried may be stating. The former CEO of FTX may be using it to avoid prosecution, according to some in the crypto industry.
However, it is still completely hazy as of right now.
The possibility of his account being hacked is something people are thinking about. Some people ask if Bankman-Fried is pretending to be hacked.
Additionally, for a while, the cryptocurrency community speculated that Bankman-Fried could be employing a bot to delete earlier embarrassing tweets. They claimed that certain bots may be deceived by tweeting a new tweet at the same time you remove another.
The deleted tweets were really retweets, and it was eventually shown that false positive was unfounded. The tweets were just sent out a short while ago, and SBF hasn’t responded.
In the end, it is not clear if SBF twitter account has been hacked or not. However, the truth will eventually come out.