His trial was initially scheduled for 27 July. It has now been postponed to a date to be determined later.
A Twitter post by Evan Ratliff, a journalist with Bloomberg first drew attention to the heavily redacted 29 page document, which also disclosed some of the uses Hushpuppi deployed the proceeds of crime.
In one instance, he bought a luxury Richard Mille wristwatch at a cost of $230,000.
Weeks after, he was transferred to California, where he has made a plea bargain.
In the plea bargain document Hushpuppi admitted to laundering money from the Malta Bank heist and the BEC attacks on a Premier League club, another UK firm, and an American law firm, as well as additional schemes.
As noted in the document the victims of Hushpuppi and his co-conspirators and the amount stolen were classified as: