Interested parties will have to submit their bids for remaining Voyager assets by September 6. Should an auction be needed, this would be due on September 29.
Binance and FTX are not the only ones interested. A presentation from company lawyers earlier in August showed that a minimum of 22 investors have shown an interest in what is left of Voyager.
Sources close to the matter have revealed that Binance would be happy to purchase Voyager with the exchange is “pushing hard on buying into institutional.” A Binance representative did not any to the story:
“We have a policy to only disclose deals after they are complete and cannot confirm or deny any potential deals.”
The other crypto exchange giant, FTX, did not comment on the ‘race’ to acquire Voyager. Although the firm made a public offer that got snubbed by Voyager last month, it is still considered a front runner.
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