FTX: Apple, Meta and Netflix among its main creditors

FTX is estimated to owe about $3 billion to its top 50 creditors.


After losing billions of dollars, the FTX cryptocurrency exchange remains in the crosshairs.

The creditors seeking to recover something from FTX were disclosed this week in a Delaware court document.

The company founded by Sam Bankman-Fried has creditors ranging from tech giants to celebrities, The Block reports .

According to the outlet, FTX owes about $3 billion to its 50 largest creditors.

To whom does FTX owe?

The list of creditors mixes business partners and companies that offered services to FTX .

Tech giants are on the list of companies seeking to recoup something from the company that filed for bankruptcy. In this group we find Apple , Amazon Web Services , Meta , LinkedIn , Twitter , Netflix and Adobe .

Other companies in the cryptocurrency space are also creditors of FTX. We find Coinbase , Binance , Chainalysis , Yuga Labs (creators of the Bored Ape Yacht Club ) and BlockFi .

Some well-known figures such as American football player Tom Brady and the Prime Minister of the Bahamas are also on the list.