Voyager Digital has been selling crypto rapidly whilst its customers have voted for bankruptcy proceedings.
Arkham Intelligence data shows Voyager transferred around US$121 million in crypto to various crypto exchanges in February. Across the last four days, it received US$150 million in USDC stablecoins.
At least US$54 million was transferred to Coinbase and Binance.US over the past week. US$27.4 million of Ethereum, US$12.2 million of Shiba Inu and US$2.5 million of Link were also sent to the other exchanges over the last week.
Post sell-off, Voyager holds about US$700 million in two wallets.
Voyager continuing to sell assets at a rate of around $100M/week.— Arkham (@ArkhamIntel) February 27, 2023
Currently they hold almost $700M in two very large wallets.
Their top holdings:
$77M SHIB pic.twitter.com/ZtTQSVJLrJ
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
On Tuesday, Voyager revealed its customer base voted in favour if its Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan.
"Voyager customer voting on the company’s chapter 11 plan has concluded and finalized: of those who participated, 97% of customers, representing 98% of the total claims, voted in favor," the company tweeted.
Voyager customer voting on the company’s chapter 11 plan has concluded and finalized: of those who participated, 97% of customers, representing 98% of the total claims, voted in favor. (1/2)— Voyager (@investvoyager) February 28, 2023
In July 2022, Voyager announced it was initiating Chapter 11 to “create an efficient path to resume account access and return value to customers.” Chapter 11 allows the company to preserve its assets whilst it intiates financial restructuring.
Binance had planned to acquire Voyager, but its plans were recently halted by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which opposed the US$1 billion deal.
The SEC said in a filing that the deal could violate laws and might be discriminatory, adding that it was particularly concerned about how Binance plans to repay Voyager’s former customers.
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