Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of FTX, will appear before a US House panel.

Maxine Waters, the chairwoman of the House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, said she would sue Sam Bankman-Fried if he did not agree to testify . Bankman-Fried said on Friday that there is a limit to what I can say, and that I wont be as helpful as I should be .

Washington, D.C.: Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of FTX and chairman of a congressman, will testify before a US House committee on Tuesday, according to Maxine Waters, the chairwoman of the House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services, who said in a tweet late Friday that she would sue Bankman-Fried if he did not agree to appear before the committee, which is conducting a probe into FTX.As the committee considers it would be helpful, Bankman-Fried said on Friday that there is a limit to what I can say, and that I wont be as helpful as I should be, and that he said he would be interested in testifying on the 13th.The committee said on Tuesday that US authorities have been seeking information from investors and potential investors in FTX, according to two sources familiar with the requests.Prosecutors and regulators haven't charged Bankman-Fried with any offenses but met with FTX's court-appointed administrators this week to see if hundreds of millions of dollars were improperly transferred to the Bahamas, where the crypto exchange is located, around the same time as the crypto exchange filed for bankruptcy in Delaware, according to Bloomberg.

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