Sam Bankman-Fried allowed the transfer of FTX headquarters to the United States

The head of FTX Sam Bankman-Fried in an interview at the conference DC Fintech Week spoke about the possible postponing of the Bitcoin-Birzhi headquarters from the Bahamas to the United States. This is reported by Marketwatch.

According to him, the company will consider such an opportunity after registration with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

“I think that if we were able to get [SEC approval], we would have felt more confidence, moving forward like an American company,” Bankman-Frida explained.

If the FTX is successful in cooperation with the Commission, up to 75% of the trading platform will move into the US territory.

Bankman-Fried also said that his company cooperates with CFTC and other regulators and politicians to obtain an American license.

Recall that at the end of September, FTX US President Brett Harrison announced his resignation after almost a year and a half in the company.

Earlier, the cryptocurrency exchange announced the phased launch of VISA debit card in more than 40 countries of Latin America, Europe and Asia.

In October, Bankman-Fried said that on November 21 FTX will be updated to the second version.

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