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Days after crypto giant FTX collapsed, and founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried resigned in disgrace, his $40 million Bahamas penthouse was listed for sale online.
But the listing was fake, according to a report in Fortune.
The "Autism Capital" Twitter account first noted the listing on Sunday, sharing a link that no longer worked a few days later.
Realtors at the listing agency, Seaside Bahamas, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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Alvan Rolle of Seaside reportedly blamed the mix-up on a "web malfunction" and denied having ever been in talks with FTX.
"We don’t have a listing for them, and we never did," he told Fortune. "We didn’t even know about the listing until it was brought to our attention."
And it's unclear whether the property could have been sold, with FTX-linked assets frozen by authorities following a nearly instantaneous $32 billion collapse.
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