In a recent announcement, the cryptocurrency lending company BlockFi stated that it will provide information regarding its assets and liabilities, in addition to the payments that it received prior to its bankruptcy filing in November.
BlockFi stated that it had provided its stakeholders with a presentation in which it detailed its intentions for future court filings and provided a breakdown of the bankruptcy proceedings. BlockFi also provided a breakdown of the bankruptcy proceedings.
The lending company claims that shortly after the company’s initial bankruptcy hearing in November, it made contact with 106 potential buyers. On January 30, the company will ask the court for permission to proceed with the bidding process and will ask for approval from the court regarding the bidding process. Both of these requests will be made in relation to the bidding process.
To be more specific, the company stated that no members of the BlockFi management team had withdrawn any cryptocurrency from the platform since October 14 and that none of them had “made a withdrawal bigger than 0.2 BTC in value at any time” since August 17. This information was provided in a blog post that was published on the company’s website.
In addition, the company stated that following the acquisition of a revolving credit line for $400 million from FTX US in July, it had increased basic wages and paid retention incentives for specific personnel.
On January 11, BlockFi announced that it planned to provide a summary of its financial affairs, in addition to providing an account of its assets and liabilities.
The announcement was made after the United States Department of Justice informed the judge overseeing the bankruptcy of BlockFi that it had seized more than 55 million shares of Robinhood. At the time of publication, these shares had a value of approximately $450 million. The criminal case against the cryptocurrency exchange FTX and the executives of the company resulted in the seizure of the shares.
The next scheduled meeting for the public hearing regarding the FTX bankruptcy case is scheduled for the 11th of January. On the other hand, an all-encompassing hearing for BlockFi is scheduled for the 17th of January.