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Court Gives Go-Ahead for FTX $744M Trust Asset Sale

Debtors of the now-defunct FTX cryptocurrency exchange have received approval to liquidate the exchange’s trust assets, totaling more than $700 million.

“The Debtors are authorized, but not directed, to execute sales of the Trust Assets, in their reasonable business judgment, in accordance with the following sale procedures,” the filing stated.

Court Grants Approval for FTX to Liquidate Trust Assets

In a recent court filing, the judge from the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware approved FTX’s request to liquidate , a move the exchange had been actively pursuing.

Furthermore, the filing stated that the assets must be sold through either over-the-counter (OTC) or on crypto exchanges.

Additionally, all sales of the trust assets must be be reported. These will then be recorded in the monthly reports delivered to the debtors.

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This comes after BeInCrypto recently reported that FTX was seeking approval for the sale of Grayscale and Bitwise Trust Assets.

However, the majority of the company’s funds are held in Grayscale Trust Assets, with approximately $53 million allocated to the Bitwise 10 Crypto Index Fund (BITW).

Court Recently Approves FTX Liquidation Plan

There have been several reports of FTX selling off assets in recent times.

On October 15, BeInCrypto reported the substantial amount of ) that the FTX estate staked. Reportedly, the exchange staked 5.5 million SOL tokens.

Solana Price Chart 1 Month. Source: BeInCrypto

Meanwhile, this came after a court filing revealed that FTX’s liquidation plan was approved by the court.

The plan included the sale of $1.16 billion in SOL and roughly $2.5 billion in other crypto assets.

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