$500 Million in Crypto Liquidated: FTX Reveals Billion-Dollar Payout to Creditors


FTX Trading Ltd., the crypto exchange caught up in bankruptcy proceedings, has recently taken a game-changing step by liquidating $240 million worth of crypto assets. The FTX Bankruptcy Crypto Asset Liquidation Report reveals that total sales this month have hit a whopping $500 million.

To return billions to its customers and creditors, FTX put forward a new proposal. The reorganization blueprint has raised critical questions such as the potential relaunch of its crypto exchange, ways to value certain digital tokens, and the expected recovery rate for creditors.

Major creditor and customer groups, already involved in the Chapter 11 case, have expressed their support for the broad strokes of the daring comeback. A creditor vote is imminent and the proposal will be scrutinized by US Bankruptcy Judge John Dorsey.

FTX’s strategic move to liquidate a large portion of its cryptocurrency holdings comes in the wake of its exchange collapse and founder Sam Bankman-Fried’s conviction for fraud. The proposed payout scheme focuses on cash distributions, as FTX seeks redemption through a carefully crafted recovery plan.

The large-scale liquidation by FTX is likely to continue influencing market dynamics, prompting caution amongst analysts and traders. The substantial sales activity from the FTX estate, as detailed in the provided financial data, highlights the significant market movements and the potential for further impact as the liquidation proceeds.

The case, formally known as FTX Trading Ltd., 22-11068, in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, is set to witness further developments as the restructuring plan progresses toward a vote and eventual judicial approval.

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