Bankrupt Voyager Digital requested that crypto buying and selling agency Alameda Analysis repay its $200 million mortgage in a Sept. 19 courtroom filing.
In accordance with the submitting, Alameda would repay 6,553 BTC (roughly $128 million) and 51,204 ETH ($70 million) to the bankrupt agency. The submitting revealed that the Voyager mortgage included different crypto property like USDC, Dogecoin (DOGE), Voyager Token (VGX), Chainlink (LINK), Luna Basic (LUNC), Litecoin (LTC), and so forth.
In return, Voyager would launch Alameda’s $160 million collateral. Voyager requested that the mortgage be repaid by Sept. 30 on the newest.
In July, Alameda said it could be pleased to return Voyager’s mortgage to get its collateral again.
Voyager needs crypto wallets redacted
Voyager requested the courtroom to maintain the crypto wallets that will be concerned within the transactions personal.
In accordance with Voyager, making Alameda’s crypto pockets public would offer commercially delicate info to the general public, resulting in “unwarranted hypothesis and a spotlight surrounding any account exercise.”