$11.5 Million Lost: Alameda Research Liquidators Incur Significant Losses

18. Januar 2023 Aus Von admin

Bullet Points:
– Liquidators of Sam Bankman-Fried’s bankrupt trading powerhouse Alameda Research reportedly incurred a significant loss of over $11 million since the start of the year due to multiple liquidations.
– According to blockchain analytics platform Arkham Intelligence, Alameda lost $11.5 million in liquidations, with a single loss of $4.85 million and a preventable loss of over $4 million.
– Over the past two weeks being under Liquidator control, the account incurred significant losses.

Alameda Research, a bankrupt trading powerhouse established by Sam Bankman-Fried, recently witnessed its liquidators incurring a significant loss of over $11 million since the start of the year. This was the result of multiple liquidations and the figures were confirmed by blockchain analytics platform Arkham Intelligence.

According to their reports, Alameda lost $11.5 million in liquidations and the single largest liquidation accounted for a loss of $4.85 million. What’s even more concerning was the fact that the liquidators could have prevented $4 million of the losses, had they taken the necessary precautions.

To make matters worse, the losses incurred by the liquidators only compounded over the past two weeks. During this period, the account has seen significant losses and the figures only continue to increase. As of now, the total liquidated amount stands at $11.5 million and the preventable losses add up to more than $4 million.

The news of this significant loss has been met with shock and dismay by many in the industry. People are questioning how the liquidators could have allowed such a large amount of money to be lost in such a short time and what measures can be taken to prevent such losses in the future.

It remains to be seen how the situation will pan out in the coming weeks and what measures can be taken to ensure that no further losses are incurred. For now, it is clear that Alameda’s liquidators have a lot of work to do to make sure that no more money is lost in the future.