Sam Bankman-Fried, the Crypto Boss in the industry, left the Manhattan courthouse with his family on Thursday. They consented to post a $250 Million bond and retain him in their California residence. He awaits trial on accusations that he defrauded investors and stole customer funds on his FTX trading system. According to assistant US attorney Nicolas Roos, the $250 Million bond is reportedly the biggest federal pretrial bond in history. BREAKING: FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried to be released on $250 million bail https://t.co/GcltdNacJK — CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) December 22, 2022 The bail of FTX owner SBF causes a crypto Twitter explosion. People are bashing him on Twitter. Proud to be pet of the amazing coverage today of the @SBF_FTX scandal at the @nypost https://t.co/t2LrBA2gV4 pic.twitter.com/LZmKxUCT3Y — Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) December 14, 2022 Someone says he risks believing a crook if he combines that with his steadfast conviction that one is innocent until proven guilty. The fact that SBF FTX posted $250 million in bail is a criminal indictment and a denial of all he has previously asserted. Dude is bailing out with the money he scammed from people. 💀 #FTXScandal #FTXhearing #FTXScam pic.twitter.com/f8tCmCi6Vs — SportsSteady (@SportsSteady) December 22, 2022 The former crypto philanthropist would also have to wear an electronic surveillance wristband, go through psychological counseling, and limit his travel to and from the Northern District of California and the Southern & Eastern Districts of New York in addition to the $250 million package. He also needs federal approval for all business dealings. He also needs federal approval for all business dealings over $1000. Fraud or Mistake? According to Roos, prosecutors accepted to release since FTX Sam Bankman Fried did not object to deportation, sparing the government from stretched and possibly lengthy procedure. On Wednesday, while he was in the air, the Manhattan U.S. attorney revealed that two of Bankman-Fried's closest trading partners had also been accused and had quietly entered guilty pleas. SBF's Ex-girlfriend Pleaded Guilty According to US Attorney Damian Williams, Sam Bankman-Fried's ex-girlfriend Caroline Ellison, former CEO of Alameda Research, has admitted wrongdoing and is working with investigators. Gary Wang, the Co-founder of FTX, entered guilty verdicts earlier this week. A federal prosecutor revealed Wednesday, as the crypto owner was being flown in FBI possession from the Bahamas to the United States that two closest associates of Sam Bankman-Fried had sneakily entered guilty pleas to criminal offenses in the implosion of the crypto exchange FTX and were now assisting investigators. The FTX collapse keeps getting crazier: https://t.co/MFj8wrsMWZ#ftx #FTXbankruptcy #FTXScam #Caroline #CarolineEllison #Caroline_Ellison #crypto #Cryptocurency #cryptocurrency #cryptocurrencies #cryptonews — Tim "Renfail" Anderson (@RenfailSoL) December 22, 2022 According to U.S. Attorney Damian Williams, anybody involved in the scam should contact his department since their tolerance is not endless and more offenses against other people could be filed. 🚨NEW: U.S. Attorney for the SDNY Damian Williams requests any person, entity or political campaign that has received stolen FTX customer funds to work with the SDNY to return it. He also asks anyone involved in FTX/Alameda wrongdoing to "come see us before we come see you." — Eleanor Terrett (@EleanorTerrett) December 13, 2022 Further Reading \t Institutional Investors Side-Line Cryptocurrencies after FTX Crash \t Sam Bankman- Fried FTX successful in auction bid for assets of Bankrupt Firm Voyager \t Bankman-Fried Owned FTX Exploring Possibilities to Acquire Robinhood Market Inc.