FTX Creditor List Revealed, Includes Athletes, Governments & More – January 26

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Bitcoin price spiked to almost $24,000 yesterday, however has been quickly rejected back to around the $23,000 mark.

Top-20 altcoins are performing better today, as Ether gains 3%, BNB rises 1% and Polygon stands out with a 13% rally.

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👉 FTX Creditor List Revealed, Includes Athletes, Governments & More

An extensive 116-page document filed to the US Bankruptcy Court District of Delaware has revealed a list of who bankrupt crypto exchange FTX owes money to.

The list includes industry players, banks, law firms, companies the failed crypto empire had a commercial partnership with, and more. Notable creditors include Amazon Web Services, Apple, Coinbase, Binance Capital Management, Wall Street Journal, CoinDesk, Tom Brady, The Prime Minister of the Bahamas, and U.S. state tax, consumer affairs, and attorney general offices.

FTX owes more than $3 billion to its top 50 creditors, many of whom are institutional investors.

👉 Bitcoin Hash Rate Reaches New All-time High, While Miner Reserves Hit Lows

Bitcoin’s hash rate hit new all-time highs on January 26th, passing the 300 exahashes-per-second (EH/s) level – now sitting at 321 EH/s.

It is the first time the network’s hash rate has crossed the 300 EH/s level, representing a new milestone for Bitcoin security. Network difficulty is also set to reach levels never seen before this week, in a nod to fierce competition in the mining sector.

👉 Aptos (APT) Comes Back Strong, Makes New All-Time High

APT, the native token of Layer-1 blockchain Aptos, has made new all-time highs in a strong rally that began at the beginning of the year.

Aptos was created by Facebook developers who worked on the company’s canceled Libra cryptocurrency, which was also known as “Diem” following a rebranding effort. The token has increased 427% since January 1st.