I Accidentally Interviewed SBF And He Hated It

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This video is an opinion and in no way should be construed as statements of fact. Scams, bad business opportunities, and fake gurus are subjective terms that mean different things to different people. I think someone who promises $100K/month for an upfront fee of $2K is a scam. Others would call it a Napoleon Hill pitch.

0:00 Intro
1:07 Interview #1 – Explain the missing $8 Billion
1:58 Sam explains the “accounting error”
2:58 Sam Claimed He Couldn’t See $8 Billion
3:24 Sam Agrees
3:35 Sam’s Employees Laughed at His Explanation
4.29 “I had a lot going on”
4:52 I interrupt Sam
5:25 “I was vaguely aware some of these systems existed”
5:50 Sam tells the interviewer he has to leave
6:02 Interview #2 – Sam’s Terms of Service
7:00 “My memory is that it was more than a billion”
8:20 Sam’s Story Isn’t Consistent with Insiders
9:33 “I’m saying what I believe”
9:45 Why do people in your company know more than you?
9:53 I don’t know what they said
10:07 I’m telling you what they said
10:34 Alot of the position did not appear
10:40 So where was the position
10:55 Who controlled the Secret Stub Account?
11:04 Are we supposed to believe nobody knew about it?
11:16 Somebody had to lose the money
11:22 Seems really convenient… Yeah I don’t know what to tell you
11:34 Sam knew Alameda’s financials per Forbes
11:58 Sam hasn’t seen the article
12:43 But that means you knew what Alameda had
13:13 What if we find out you’re lying…
13:41 SAM: I think a lot of my credibility is already gone
14:00 Host: Is there a chance to get our money back?
15.01 Who were the funding offers for FTX?
15:12 Was the $4 billion ever real?
15:22 Uhh I think it uhh I don’t know for sure
15:48 Misleading M2M statements, were you deliberately misleading?
16:27 Sam acknowledges he wrong.. “Massively misjudged”
17:02 What do you mean? No way you make a simple mistake like that
17:22 Pretty big misjudgement I made
18:26 Makes no sense even without a market crash
18:52 The answer seems to always be “I made an embarrassing mistake”
19:26 I was starting with M2M and adjusting down
19:47 You never marked down
20:22 Was that FTX US?
20:25 Sam leaves the call again, but comes back
20:29 I have a question about Dan Friedberg
20:37 Sam doesn’t feel comfortable talking about Dan…
21:10 A tale of two failures: Fraud or Negligence
21:52 Your lawyer’s biggest achievement was hiding fraud
22:09 Sam: We had a number of people in our legal department
22:35 He was the chief guy, he should’ve caught this stuff..
23:48 Why’d you choose him specifically?
24:28 Not a failure of regulation
26:18 Sam leaves the call

Written by Coffeezilla


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  1. Coffee you are not getting the game here, they are hailing sbf as a hero in hopes that someone would bail him out, and so that investors can get the money back. The ones bailing him out will be the losers

  2. The thing that bothers me most in all the answers is that apparently this is about belief: "I am saying what I believe (09:35), … It doesn't align with my beliefs (09:40)". I hope this is something you will highlight in your breakdown, and I hope that this answering technique is something that will be "cracked down" on wider than just here. Allowing people to answer with "I believe this and that" just gives them the opportunity to keep dancing around the question without actually answering.

    Anyway, I commend you on your directness and unwavering questioning.

  3. I wish i could have seen coffezillas face when SBF said “by rough I mean within 10 billion dollars.” Lmfaoooo that’s more than rough that’s jus now knowing at all.

  4. This is incredible. Coffeezilla is straight up asking the questions everyone wants to know. Its unbelievable how much SBF is talking too. This guys is the most foolish smart guy I have ever seen.

  5. I'm mad. I'm mad because the questions weren't even that hard hitting.

    They were incredulous. They refused to give the benefit of the doubt and that was enough. Sometimes that's all it takes: a neutral eye refusing the benefit of the doubt to some of the biggest players in the game and not just cryptocurrency. Politics as well. Just hitting them with basic questions that push them on the issues and it's frustrating to me.

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