FTX’s LedgerX Will Put $175 Million In Bankruptcy Proceedings
Bloomberg reported Wednesday that LedgerX, FTX Group’s solvent subsidiary that also had to file for bankruptcy protection as part of the group, will put $175 million available for use in bankruptcy proceedings, citing people familiar with the situation.
According to the report, the funds might be delivered as soon as today and originate from a $250 million fund put aside by LedgerX as it sought regulatory authority to complete crypto derivatives contracts without middlemen.
According to a CFTC representative, the agency is aware of the proposed move. The transferred funds might be used to reimburse FTX’s creditors.
On Thursday, CFTC Chair Rostin Behnam is scheduled to speak about the FTX crash at a US Senate committee hearing.
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