The list of FTX creditors features airlines, charities and tech firms that have been caught up in the disaster.

A full list of creditors has been released by bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX, revealing that a number of companies and government entities involved in its collapse are in debt.

As late as January 25, lawyers for FTX filed Its creditor matrix in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The 115-page document lists his creditors in alphabetical order.

The list reveals the vast global web of companies from airlines, hotels, charities, banks, venture capital firms, media outlets and crypto companies, as well as US and international government agencies, that have been delisted from the exchange. Amounts owed.

However, about 9.7 million (9,693,985) names of FTX users whose funds were stuck in the exchange. Edited from the document..

Notable crypto- and Web3-related companies owed money by FTX include Coinbase, Galaxy Digital, Yuga Labs, Circle, Bittrex, Sky Mavis, Chainalysis, Messari and Binance.

Major tech players Apple, Netflix, Amazon, Meta, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft and Twitter were also included as lenders. The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and CoinDesk were among those media outlets.

“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary (right) pictured with FTX founder Sam Bankmanfried. O’Leary is a former spokesman for FTX and a production company he owns is listed as a creditor. Photo: Salt NY

The tax offices of several US state agencies and the federal Internal Revenue Service (IRS) were listed. Other government entities in Japan, Australia and Hong Kong are also creditors.

FTX owes not only to large corporations, but apparently to small businesses as well, as a Nassau-based pest control business and garden center appear on the list.

The company’s erstwhile public relations firm, M Group, appeared as a creditor. FTX hired the firm to represent them, but the company said He ceased working with FTX upon its bankruptcy.

The filing did not include what each entity owed and the listing does not imply that it has a trading account with FTX.

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An initial filing by FTX’s lawyers in November 2022 speculated that the exchange could take place. More than a million Creditors

In December 2022 Tell all Twitter threada former FTX employee detailed the business’s “grossly inefficient” luxury spending.

Some of the entities on the list hint at the company’s already high spending, with Uber Eats and Doordash entities from across North America and Australia naming Airbnb, as well as a number of luxury hotels around the world.