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Clarence Fanto: Will former crypto VIP Ryan Salame face legal fallout? Here’s what could happen to his Lenox investments
At least $7 million in downtown real estate and restaurant holdings could be targeted following the FTX blowup.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried indicted on campaign finance charges. Two possible co-conspirators are listed, but who are they?
Federal prosecutors allege new aspect of the fraud case against Sam Bankman-Fried: That he and two other possible co-conspirators illegally gave $72 million to Democrats and Republicans in the runup to last November’s elections.
Community members want to know: What's going to happen to bitcoin tycoon Ryan Salame's restaurants and Lenox properties?
The Sandisfield native associated with disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s bankrupt bitcoin exchange is lying low as investigations and court cases take their course. But his marquee Lenox restaurants are operating as usual.
Our Opinion: FTX's downfall spurs more drama than patience, but conclusive judgment of Ryan Salame must await the whole truth
While it's difficult to avoid speculation, we must have the patience to resist conclusively condemning or exonerating Mr. Salame; only the complete facts can do that.
Who is cryptocurrency exec Ryan Salame? In his hometown of Sandisfield, some have no idea. But those who knew him defend his character
Who is Ryan Salame? People who grew up with him in the Berkshires say they're not surprised he blew the whistle on FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried for alleged fraud.
Ryan Salame, who was co-CEO of FTX Digital Markets, informed Bahamian securities regulators in the days before FTX collapsed that Samuel Bankman-Fried may have funneled customers' investments to his hedge fund, Alameda Research. The filing is the first indication to emerge of the role that Salame was playing within the company.
After cryptocurrency meltdown, scant sign of change for FTX executive Ryan Salame’s Lenox restaurants
It’s “business as usual” at his two operating restaurants in Lenox, the Olde Heritage and Firefly. The outcome for the rest of the properties remains to be seen.
John J. Ray III, a St. Joseph’s grad from Pittsfield, is earning $1,300 an hour to sort out the remains of the FTX cryptocurrency collapse
A man who grew up on Benedict Road in Pittsfield, son of a plumber, now leads the bankrupt FTX Trading Ltd., giving Berkshire County a second connection to the largest cryptocurrency collapse in history.
Crypto CEO Ryan Salame handled a $30 million Bahamas property deal this year through an FTX subsidiary
The "exotic" property was acquired to house “key” company personnel. The transaction involving Ryan Salame was the largest of a string of recent purchases by FTX Property Holdings Ltd. on New Providence island in the Bahamas.
Those lessons are landing hard around the country, from D.C. to Wall Street to FTX's compound in the Bahamas. Hopefully they don't land too hard here in our Berkshire backyard, but we'll be watching closely in downtown Lenox to see if that's the case.