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Cryptocurrencies may be dying, but the true crime limited series economy is still going strong. A new show in the “financial embezzlement” subgenre (which includes titles like we crashed other abandonment ) comes to Prime Video courtesy of the Russo brothers. the hollywood reporters says the couple started working on a program about the FTX cryptocurrency platform and its founder, Sam Bankman-Fried. hunters creator David Weil will write the series premiere, and the Russos are in talks to direct. No details about the show have been released, but you’ve read the news. FTX was founded in 2019; From there, he became one of the largest crypto exchanges on the planet and Bankman-Fried one of the richest guys on said planet. But can you imagine? This new tech company was not quite on the rise. As the crypto bubble bursts, it became apparent that FTX was on the verge of going bust. Not only that, it now appears that “a substantial amount of assets have been stolen or are missing,” according to an attorney representing FTX. Meanwhile, celebrities who promoted the company in ads are being sued for using their status as “unsophisticated investors” in a so-called “Ponzi scheme” to keep the company afloat. While all the repercussions of FTX’s bankruptcy are still shaking, there’s clearly enough content to make at least a limited series. According to THR, More FTX shows are in the works, including one for Apple TV+ and a doc co-directed by Vice.