手游视频He spent little of his profits, much of which he lost in investment scams.
无名手游视频"We're incredibly grateful," Mr Sarao's attorney Roger Burlingame told the BBC. "He's...looking forward to getting back to living his life."
无名手游视频Mr Burlingame added that Mr Sarao was "overjoyed" to put the matter behind him, after "living under threat of a very long sentence" for almost five years.无名
手游视频'Spoofing the market'无名US authorities say Mr Sarao made more than $70m between 2009 and 2014 trading from his childhood bedroom, including $12.8m tied to his illegal behaviour.
无名Using specially programmed, high-speed software, Mr Sarao placed thousands of orders that he did not intend to fulfil, creating the illusion of market demand. When he cancelled or changed his bids, he was able to profit.手游视频Mr Sarao saw his trades as a way to "fight fire with fire", Mr Burlingame added.
无名手游视频The case against Mr Sarao, filed in federal court in Chicago, drew intense interest in the UK, where he was dubbed the "Hound of Hounslow" in reference to the "Wolf of Wall Street" and location of his parents' home in West London.
无名手游视频He faced hundreds of years in prison on the initial charges, which were reduced in the 2016 plea deal.