Bankrupt Crypto Firm Voyager Digital Approved to Release $270 Million in Cash...

Bankrupt Crypto Firm Voyager Digital Approved to Release $270 Million in Cash...

The now defunct and bankrupt Voyager Digital has been approved by the court to distribute $270 million in funds to creditors and affected customers. The news follows the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Federal Reserve Board ordering Voyager to remove any statements that allege Voyager is FDIC insured. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York and Judge Michael Wiles have allowed Voyager’s custodian, Metropolitan Commercial bank, to release the $270 million. New York Bankruptcy Court Approves Release of $270 Million From Voyager’s Custodian The....


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