Voyager urges Alameda Research to repay $200M loan


Bankrupt Voyager Digital demanded cryptocurrency trading firm Alameda Research to repay a $200 million loan in court on Sept. 19. filing.

According to the filing, Alameda plans to repay 6,553 BTC (about $128 million) and 51,204 ETH ($70 million) to the bankrupt company. According to the application, the Voyager loan included other crypto assets such as USDC, Dogecoin (DOGE), Voyager Token (VGX), Chainlink (LINK), Luna Classic (LUNC) and Litecoin (LTC). It became clear.

In return, Voyager will release Alameda’s $160 million collateral.Voyager requested Pay off the loan by September 30th at the latest.

In July, Alameda said it would be happy to return the Voyager loan to recover the collateral.

Voyager Wants Crypto Wallet Compilation

Voyager has asked the court to keep the cryptocurrency wallets involved in the transaction private.

According to Voyager, exposing Alameda’s crypto wallet would expose commercially sensitive information and “Unreasonable speculation and caution regarding account activity. ”

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