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Bankrupt Alameda sues bankrupt Voyager
FTX’s lawyers prepared a $445.8 million suit against Voyager Digital, for loan repayments that Alameda made shortly before Voyager went bankrupt. We have extensively covered this story of "unlove" earlier. The comedy of the situation is that bankrupt Alameda accuses bankrupt Voyager Digital of using the money of creditor's clients, i.e. Alameda. But the key point is that Alameda itself granted the loan from the FTX funds, which actually belonged to the customers of the curly-haired swindler's exchange. Like a drowning swimmer, Sam is dragging everyone down with them. Does he really believe that would help them climb up to the top?
Justin Sun's thoughts
Justin Sun, co-founder of the Huobi exchange, expressed his delight at China's decision to levy a tax on cryptocurrency transactions. He believes that this is a sure sign that China is ready to accept the existence of digital assets and ease the pressure on crypto projects. Even the fact that fiscal authorities require crypto-markets to register users who invest in cryptocurrencies did not dim his joy. At the same time, he claims that Huobi is registered in the Seychelles and thus is not required to provide customer information. And Justin Sun dreams that the TRON blockchain will be adopted in China at the national level. What else is there to say? Justin Sun is like Jean-Claude Van Damme, but for crypto.