The former lead engineer at crypto exchange FTX, Nishad Singh, is reportedly in talks with federal prosecutors in the case against the exchange and its founder, Sam Bankman-Fried.

According to a Jan. 10 Bloomberg report, Singh met with prosecutors at the United States Attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York to determine if he has valuable information to offer in the case, which includes charges of campaign finance law violations.

Singh, who made significant political donations himself, could provide insight into FTX’s political donations and could potentially enter a plea deal if his information is deemed valuable.

He joins former FTX executives Gary Wang and Caroline Ellison in reaching agreements with federal prosecutors, who have issued warnings to others involved in misconduct at FTX and related firm Alameda Research.