On Wednesday, when a Manhattan federal judge approved an unsealing demand from media organizations including CNBC,
Bankman-Fried was charged with criminal fraud in December and later released on a $250 million recognisance bail.
There were four guarantors in total, including his parents, to guarantee Bankman-compliance with Fried's with the demands of pretrial detention.
The other two guarantors have now been identified as Andreas Paepcke, a distinguished research scientist at Stanford University,
and Larry Kramer, president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and dean emeritus of Stanford Law School.
Although their identities were sealed, a number of media sites pushed to have them revealed.
Joe Bankman and Barbara Fried, the parents of Bankman-Fried, are both Stanford professors. They reside close to the college.
Since the middle of the 1990s, my wife and I have had a close friendship with Joe Bankman and Barbara Fried, Kramer told CNBC's Eamon Javers.
They have been the truest of friends over the past two years while my family has endured a grueling struggle with illness — delivering food,