Ryan Salame, a co-CEO at FTX, reportedly bought $6 million of restaurants and real estate in Lenox, Massachusetts.
A local official told The Berkshire Eagle she was “concerned” about what FTX’s collapse meant for the town.
The newspaper reported last year that Salame owned almost half the town’s restaurants.
The 5,000-resident town of Lenox, Massachusetts is closely following the FTX fallout because one of the company’s co-CEOs owns a significant portfolio of property in the town.
As first reported by The Berkshire Eagle, Ryan Salame, who was co-CEO at FTX Digital Markets, invested $6 million