According to the papers filed with the court, Alameda Research, the investment division of FTX, has reached an agreement to sell the company’s remaining stake in Sequoia Capital to Al Nawwar Investments Company Ltd, which is controlled by the government of Abu Dhabi. The transaction is valued at $45 million, and its completion is anticipated by the 31st of March, provided that the Delaware bankruptcy judge John Dorsey gives his consent. FTX made the decision to enter into the agreement with Purchaser because Purchaser had a more attractive offer and was capable of carrying out the selling transaction in a shorter amount of time.
The remaining stake that FTX has in Sequoia Capital has been put up for sale as part of the company’s ongoing attempts to sell its investments and satisfy its financial obligations to its creditors. Previously, Dorsey gave his blessing for the firm to sell certain assets, such as LedgerX, Embed, FTX Japan, and FTX Europe. This allowed the company to go through with the sale.
After being sued by Alameda Research for unpaid loan repayments, Voyager Digital has decided to put aside $445 million in response to the lawsuit. Dorsey has given his blessing to the move, and as a result, the firm will have to put the money away in order to pay off its debt.
The recent developments in the bankruptcy case involving FTX bring to light the persistent difficulties that cryptocurrency exchanges must overcome and the need of preserving their financial stability. Since the cryptocurrency sector is expected to continue expanding in the next years, it is essential that businesses place a high priority on openness and accountability in order to safeguard the interests of creditors and investors. The decision by Voyager Digital to put aside $445 million and the sale of the remaining shareholding held by FTX in Sequoia Capital both reflect a commitment to financial discipline and might assist to recover trust in the sector.