Voyager is promoting crypto property via Coinbase, suggests on-chain information


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Voyager Digital, the centralized finance (CeFi) platform that filed for Chapter 11 chapter in July 2022, is reportedly promoting property via the Coinbase crypto change. On-chain information recommend that Voyager obtained not less than $100 million in USD Coin (USDC) in three days, beginning Feb. 24.

Since Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, Voyager has despatched crypto property to Coinbase on an virtually each day foundation, alleges on-chain analyst Lookonchain. The investigation exhibits that Voyager transferred tens of millions of {dollars} utilizing a blended bag of cryptocurrency tokens, together with Ether (ETH), Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Chainlink (LINK).

Lookonchain revealed Voyager’s use of 23 tokens, valued at over $100 million. The picture beneath exhibits an inventory of tokens with their worth in U.S. {dollars}. Nevertheless, Coinbase has not but responded to Cointelegraph’s request for remark to substantiate the declare’s legitimacy.

Checklist of tokens bought by Voyager on Coinbase. Supply: Lookonchain

Regardless of the sell-off, Voyager holds almost $530 million in crypto, with the biggest shares in Ether ($276 million) and Shiba Inu ($81 million).

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Amid the alleged sell-off of funds, the USA Securities and Change Fee (SEC) objected to Binance.US’ transfer to amass over $1 billion of property belonging to Voyager.

In a Feb. 22 submitting submitted to the U.S. Chapter Courtroom for the Southern District of New York, the SEC acknowledged:

“Nevertheless, the Debtors (Binance.US) have but to display that they might be capable of conduct such gross sales in compliance with the federal securities legal guidelines.”

The submitting highlights issues over the lawfulness and talent to undertake deliberate asset restructuring via the acquisition. It additionally questions whether or not Voyager debtors can recoup a few of their property following the agency’s chapter.