Voyager Digital Is Cleared to Return $270 Million to Customers

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Cryptocurrency brokerage firm Voyager Digital Holdings Inc. secured approval to return $270 million in customer cash, which accounts for a small portion of investor assets that have been locked up since its bankruptcy filing last month.

Judge Michael Wiles of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York, who is overseeing Voyager’s bankruptcy, ruled on Thursday that the company provided “sufficient basis” to support its contention that customers should be allowed access to the custodial account held at New York-based Metropolitan Commercial Bank.

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