Cryptocurrency brokerage firm Voyager, which filed for bankruptcy in July, is selling its assets to Binance’s US subsidiary, Binance.US. In the statement made by Voyager, it was stated that Binance’s offer is $ 1.02 billion.
US-based crypto brokerage firm Voyager Digital has announced that it will sell its assets to Binance.US, a US subsidiary of the cryptocurrency exchange Binance, for $1.02 billion. Voyager, which filed for bankruptcy in July, said in a statement that it chose Binance.US, which made the highest bid for its assets, after evaluating strategic options in order to return the highest amount to customers and other creditors as soon as possible. The statement noted that the value of Binance.US’s bid was $1.02 billion. In the statement, it was stated that Binance.US will invest $ 10 million in Voyager as a sign of goodwill, and it will also cover certain expenses up to $ 15 million. “With the Binance.US purchase, it aims to pay customers cryptocurrency in accordance with court-approved payments,” the statement said. it was said.
Voyager Digital announced in July that it had filed for bankruptcy. The hearing for the company’s bankruptcy filing will be held on January 5, 2023.