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Sam Bankman-Fried Joins The List Of Convicted Billionaires, But Who Leads The Winners/Losers List From The Trial?

While the Sam Bankman-Fried trial has come to an end with multiple convictions, there are a number of interesting facets to look at, including who were the winners and losers of the case, as well as shining a light on fraud by other billionaires. 

The news of SBF’s verdict comes on the heels of Benzinga’s Future Of Digital Assets Event in New York scheduled on Nov. 14. Attend and learn more about what the crypto community says about the impact. The gathering is seen as pivotal for the digital assets community. The event will spotlight the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in the digital asset realm.

Read More: Here Are The Notable Crypto Fallouts Over The Last Two Years

SBF Not The First Billionaire To Be Locked Up: Bankman-Fried, 31 years old, once boasted a $24 billion net worth and was ranked at 41 among America’s richest. The sentencing date in the trial is March 28, 2024.

A Forbes report cited at least 11 former billionaires who have served time behind bars for fraud committed in varied sectors.

Also Read: Bankman-Fried's Day In Court: A Scandal To Rival History's Most Infamous Financial Meltdowns?

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