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FTX sues Voyager Digital to claw lend a hand $446 million in 2022 mortgage payments

FTX sues Voyager Digital to claw lend a hand $446 million in 2022 mortgage payments

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Representations of cryptocurrencies and Voyager Digital logo are seen in this illustration taken, July 7, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustrations By Dietrich Knauth NEW YORK(Reuters) – Bankrupt crypto exchange FTX sued crypto lender Voyager Digital on Monday, seeking to claw back $445.8 million in loan repayments that FTX made before collapsing into bankruptcy

Voyager Ensures Elevated Recoveries After Binance.US Transaction

Voyager Ensures Elevated Recoveries After Binance.US Transaction

Voyager Ensures Greater Recoveries After Binance.US Transaction Voyager Digital received the initial approval from the US Bankruptcy Court to sell its assets to Binance.US.The platform tweeted the summary of the changes that the transaction supposedly brings.Voyager ensured that the transaction would result in greater recoveries for creditors than self-liquidation. The Voyager Official Committee of Unsecured

Voyager tells court docket Binance acquisition notion is ‘sound swap judgment,’ urgently wished

© Reuters. Bankrupt crypto brokerage Voyager Digital filed documents in United States court Jan. 8 in response to objections raised to the Binance US proposal to buy out its debt. Voyager announced it had approved the offer Dec. 19. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), four states, the U.S. Trustee and Alameda Research filed objections