After a tumultuous year in crypto, court cases have inevitably followed. Bankruptcy, liquidity issues and fraud have caused the industry to fall under the microscope of regulators worldwide.
Voyager Digital, the former cryptocurrency brokerage; Alameda Research, the investment arm of FTX; and cryptocurrency exchange Binance have all ended up in the crosshairs of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in battles over assets and owed funds.
As 2023 trundles on, so too have many crypto court cases. Here is a brief round-up of the current status of some of the industry’s most pressing legal battles.
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It all started with the Voyager bankruptcy
The situation around Voyager Digital began way before the FTX liquidity crisis came to light. On July 5, 2022, the company filed for bankruptcy in its
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