Bankrupt Voyager Unveils $1.3 Billion Recovery Plan for Creditors
- The firm’s on-chain balance includes $141M in stablecoin and $28M in meme coin.
- Its leftover balance is expected from BTC, ALGO, DOGE, DOT, and ADA.
Voyager Digital, the crypto broker that filed for bankruptcy in July 2022, has released a recovery plan, calling for the company to liquidate its assets and return the proceeds to creditors.
Tom Wan, a researcher at the analytic firm 21.co, shared the details of the embattled crypto broker’s recovery plan, outlining that the total assets for recovery are valued at $1.33B.
According to the recovery plan, Voyager’s On-Chain Balance includes $141 million in stablecoin, $90 million in Ethereum (ETH), $9 million in Voyager Token (VGX), and $60 million in altcoins, of which $28 million is in meme coin Shiba Inu (SHIB). Ultimately, the firm has approximately $569 million in cash via the USDC issuer, Circle.
However, the remaining balance of $461 million is expected to come from a combination of cash, Bitcoin (BTC), and other coins such as Cosmos (ATOM), Algorand (ALGO), Dogecoin (DOGE), Internet Computer (ICP), Polkadot (DOT), and Cardano (ADA).
While Voyager plans to use these funds to replenish its creditors, the decision is subject to the bankruptcy court’s approval. Nonetheless, the crypto community received the recovery plan positively, with affected users hoping for reimbursement soon.
Recently, Binance.US, a subsidiary of the largest crypto exchange Binance, terminated an agreement to purchase the bankrupt crypto broker Voyager Digital Holdings Ltd. The move comes less than a week after federal regulators dropped their efforts to halt the deal in court.
In a statement, a Binance representative complained about the hostile and uncertain regulatory climate in the United States, saying it has introduced an unpredictable operating environment impacting the entire American business community.