Amid the a number of ongoing investigations, FTX continues to maneuver funds. The addresses, associated to the failed crypto change, reportedly transferred round $145 million in stablecoins to a spread of working platforms. 

As Lookonchain spotted on March 14, three wallets, related to each FTX and its subsidiary, Alameda Analysis, have moved 69.64 million USDT and 75.94 million USDC. The Tether reserves have gone to custodial wallets on such platforms as Coinbase, Binance and Kraken. All funds in USDC had been transferred to Coinbase custodial pockets.

Each FTX and Alameda are within the technique of recovering their property as they face the calls for to return the funds to completely different teams of traders. Based on FTX lawyer Andy Dietderich, already by January 2023, the troubled cryptocurrency change has recovered $5 billion in cash and liquid cryptocurrencies. Nevertheless, its whole liabilities exceed $8.8 billion.

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The most recent replace within the FTX chapter case got here as a brand new deal had been struck with an organization owned by the federal government of Abu Dhabi. Alameda Analysis bought its remaining curiosity in enterprise capital agency Sequoia Capital to the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund for $45 million.

In March, Alameda Analysis has filed swimsuit towards Grayscale Investments within the Court docket of Chancery within the State of Delaware. The swimsuit seeks to “unlock $9 billion or more in worth for shareholders of the Grayscale Bitcoin and Ethereum Trusts […] and understand over 1 / 4 billion {dollars} in asset worth for the FTX Debtors’ prospects and collectors,” based on a press release.

As circumstances towards FTX pile up, some plaintiffs requested the consolidation of lawsuits towards the bankrupt change. Nevertheless, on March 8, a decide denied the consolidation request, highlighting that the defendants haven’t but been allowed to reply. U.S. District Choose Jacqueline Corley not too long ago denied the request to consolidate 5 proposed class-action fits towards FTX.