The lawyer representing crypto entrepreneur Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) within the ongoing FTX case will quickly current a revised bail package deal to Decide Lewis Kaplan of the Southern District of New York. The transfer comes after Kaplan expressed displeasure about SBF’s use of encrypted-messaging apps and digital non-public community (VPN) companies whereas out on bail.

Authorized proceedings round FTX’s downfall led SBF to keep away from potential jail time with a $250 million bail bond. Nevertheless, whereas on bond, the entrepreneur used Sign, an end-to-end encrypted messaging service, to contact former FTX and Alameda colleagues. Decide Kaplan forbade SBF from utilizing such apps and threatened to revoke bail privileges if acted out of order.

Following up on this order, Bankman-Fried’s lawyer, Christian R. Everdell, revealed on March 18 that SBF and federal prosecutors “have been working diligently to agree on a set of particular bail situations that can handle the issues expressed by the federal government and the court docket,” Bloomberg reported. Within the letter, Everdell said:

“We imagine we’re near a decision and anticipate having the ability to current the court docket with a proposed order outlining these situations by subsequent week.”

SBF maintains its innocence in claims towards the misappropriation of FTX customers’ funds. Nevertheless, the entrepreneur might face 115 years of jail time if discovered responsible underneath the eight counts of crime.

Associated: FTX debtors report $11.6B in claims, $4.8B in property, with many crypto holdings ‘undetermined’

Through the ongoing restructuring of FTX, the present directors revealed that FTX and Alameda Analysis’s former high brass acquired $3.2 billion in funds and loans from FTX-linked entities.

Out of the lot, Bankman-Fried reportedly acquired the lion’s share of the funds at $2.2 billion.