Despite being described as "one of the biggest financial frauds in American history", a small group of FTX customers are hoping the troubled crypto exchange gets back in business. They track the exchange's financial statements in bankruptcy court, tally up the “reboot” meetings disclosed in lawyers’ hourly bills and document it all online. The company's new CEO, John Ray III, has floated rebooting the company, stating that "everything is on the table". However, the idea has left some industry experts scratching their heads, with one calling it "the oldest scam in crypto". FTX collapsed last fall after revealing it was short $8bn in customer cash, and its former CEO, Samuel Bankman-Fried, is currently facing trial on charges including bank fraud and bribery of Chinese officials.