Sam Bankman-Fried’s trading firm Alameda Research will repay around US$200 million in cryptocurrencies to bankrupt digital assets broker Voyager Digital by Sept. 30.
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- Alameda owes Voyager about 6,553 Bitcoins, more than 51,000 Ether and smaller amounts in various tokens including USDC, DOGE and SAND, according to a court filing.
- Voyager Digital, on its part, will return Alameda’s loan collateral of 4.65 million FTT and 63.75 million SRM, the court filing shows.
- Earlier this year, Voyager Digital had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a U.S. court, stating it has more than 100,000 creditors and outstanding loans of US$1.1 billion.
- Sam Bankman-Fried, the Chief Executive Officer of crypto exchange FTX extended a buyout offer for the bankrupt firm’s assets and loans, which Voyager called a “low-ball” offer.
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