FTX, a cryptocurrency exchange, filed for bankruptcy in November, and a recent filing in Delaware’s US Bankruptcy Court lists thousands of potential creditors.

However, lawyers have stated that the names within the documents are not necessarily significantly tied to the company.

The 116-page filing, called “Verification of Creditor Matrix”, includes the names of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, BNY Mellon, and other household names in financial services, as well as crypto firms, airlines, some of the world’s largest tech firms and media companies.

However, it is not specified which entities FTX owes money to, and some of the companies listed could be vendors or landlords who have already been paid, or known litigation parties.