SBF wants ‘Big Short’ FTX movie, Peter Schiff already calls it fiction

Members of the cryptocurrency community took to social media to share their thoughts in response to former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried’s remarks. meeting With Michael Lewis, screenwriter of the hit trading-focused movie The Big Short.

Amid what appears to be a potential blockbuster movie, members of the community are criticizing Bankman-Freed’s antics. Description Meeting that it is “ridiculous” to say that Lewis should also be investigated.

Twitter, community members mentioned This could be an attempt to cover the criminals and “control the narrative” through the book.Meanwhile, Bitcoin (BTC) proponent Nick Carter was suggested The writer followed Bankman-Fried for six months without detecting anything suspicious, so Lewis should be investigated as well.

Bitcoin advocate Nick Carter has criticized Michael Lewis.Source: Twitter

Gold Bug’s Peter Schiff commented about the problem. According to Schiff, if Bankman-Fried were the source of the story, it would be a “work of fiction.” An American stockbroker suggested that Lewis should piece together what really happened by speaking to a more reliable source.

Some members of the community have already compared the content of the film to members I think This movie could be another Wolf of Wall Street, but it might feature “gross and ugly people.” Said that Bankman-Fried removed some names and could only be monitored if “all of them were removed”. Meanwhile, one of her Twitter users doesn’t think it has as much potential as The Big Short. they wrote:

Community members comparing movie content.Source: Twitter

Some people worry about the content of the movie, while others focus on the financial members floated The idea that Bankman-Fried pays FTX users what they owe through profits they make from a potential blockbuster movie.

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A few days after Bankman-Fried was released on bail, we saw movement in Alameda Research’s wallet address. Some of the funds were converted to Bitcoin using decentralized exchanges such as FixedFloat and ChangeNow. These platforms are often used by abusers to hide the root of transactions.