Bankrupt crypto exchange FTX has recovered over $5 billion in cash and liquid assets that may be used to repay creditors, a lawyer of the platform has said during a bankruptcy court hearing.
On Wednesday, FTX attorney Andrew G. Dietderich said in federal court in Wilmington, Delaware that they have also recovered a large amount of illiquid crypto assets and other “nonstrategic investments” made by FTX that have a book value of $4.6 billion, the Washington Post reported. …
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