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FTX Files for Chapter 11 / Title 11 on 11/11

FTX files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as CEO Sam Bankman-Fried resigns

With a name like Bankman-Fried, no one should be surprised when this Bank man got fried.

Today is a span of 251 days after Bankman-Fried’s birthday:

251 is the 54th Prime number

Eleven eleven = 251, 54, and 54, FTX Exchange = 54

Today is 11/11
The bankruptcy code is Chapter 11 / Title 11


FTX, a Bahamian crypto exchange, has filed for Chapter 11, Title 11 of the United States Code as it is being declared Bankrupt. Today is November 11th, or 11/11, which leaves 50 days on the calendar:

"FTX" = 50 (Ordinal)

"Bahamian" = 50 (Reverse Reduction)

"Bankrupt" = 50 (Reverse Reduction)

Headlines have brought to our attention the fact that this collapse will really hurt star NFL QB Tom Brady:NFL Legend Tom Brady Caught in FTX Fallout, Risks Losing Complete Strategic Investment

"Brady" = 50 (Ordinal)

The coin featured at the FTX exchange is called FTT. This aligns with today’s Standard numerology of 10:1+1 + 1+1 + 2+0+2+2 = 10

"FTT" = 10 (Reduction)


Bankman-Fried’s Age

Money = 1240 and 656, = 1240 and Sam Bankman Fried = 656

Sam was born on the 6th of March, or 6/3, and tried to change how we use Money.

Money and Eleven both = 63 and 27

Bankman-Fried was 27 years, 63 days of age when FTX first launched:

He was also 363 Sidereal months old on that date.

FTX was founded 3 years, 6 months, 3 days before today’s bankruptcy:


Golden Ratio

Bankman-Fried has birth numerology of 120 and 101, like 11:(3) + (6) + (19) + (92) = 120 and (3) + (6) + (92) = 101

"Chapter 11" = 120 (Reverse)

“Reduced” calculation

"Golden ratio" = 120 (Ordinal)

The Golden Ratio, also known as Phi, is ~1.61. The Greek letter Phi has a numerical value of 500.

"Five hundred" = 1061 (Latin)

Sam attended MIT, which is 161 years old:

Sam Bankman-Fried is exactly 1601 weeks old:

1601 is the 252nd Prime number

"Fried" = 252 (Sumerian)

"MIT" = 252 (Sumerian)


Random Thought

What’s up with the name Bankman-Fried anyway? I’ve seen plenty of women with double last names, usually with their maiden and married names, and this is also a custom in Hispanic culture. Clearly, neither is the case with Sam.

As it turns out, his dad’s name is Bankman while his mom’s name is Fried. So, they just gave him both names.

How arrogant must you be to stamp your child with two last names? If your kid grows up and gets married to a girl who also got both her parents’ last names, are they supposed to give their child all four last names? If not, how do they choose with ones to use?

This is something people do when they think they’re better than others. “To hell with everyone before us who built these traditionally-excepted customs…they’re not good enough for us! We need people to see how unique and special WE are!”

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