A 30-year-old crypto billionaire wants to give his fortune away


Bankman-Fried is a kind of crypto Robin Hood, beating the rich at their own game to win money for capitalism’s losers. Yet he’s now part of the power structure that causes the problems he says he wants to fix. — Bloomberg

The Economic Club of New York has hosted kings, prime ministers, and presidents, as well as Amazon.com Inc’s Jeff Bezos and JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Jamie Dimon. Central bankers’ comments at the 115-year-old organisation have moved markets.

Sam Bankman-Fried, a 30-year-old cryptocurrency billionaire, is probably the first person to play a computer game while giving a talk.

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