Trading platform INX has submitted a bid for an undisclosed amount to purchase the assets of crypto brokerage firm Voyager Digital.
In a Nov. 30 announcement, INX said it had sent a non-binding letter of intent for Voyager’s assets following the platform’s filing for bankruptcy in July. According to INX CEO Shy Datika, the bid was aimed at providing “credibility, technology, and unique regulatory positioning” for Voyager users seeking stability in a volatile market.
Voyager’s original bankruptcy filing from the Southern District Court of New York suggested the firm could owe between $1 billion to $10 billion to more than 100,000 creditors amid a bear market and exposure to Three Arrows Capital. In September, FTX.US won a $1.4-billion bid to purchase Voyager’s assets, but with FTX Group itself filing for bankruptcy in November, the funds were once again up for grabs.
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Binance has reportedly been considering a bid for Voyager’s assets, while crypto exchange CrossTower was one of the firms that made an offer prior to FTX’s downfall. Cointelegraph reported on Nov. 13 that CrossTower had been working on a revised bid following FTX Group’s bankruptcy filing. INX was not part of the bidding process in September.
Cointelegraph reached out to INX for comment, but did not receive a response at the time of publication.