Voyager Unsecured Creditors Committee Requires SBF Remote Witness February 23

Key Points:Voyager’s unsecured creditors requested this document, and SBF appeared to testify remotely from February 23.
SBF team to provide important documents by February 17,
SBF must provide all requested “documents or communications” by February 20, 2019.
Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), and other top executives from FTX, Alameda Research were asked to submit documents and virtually appear before a Voyager’s Unsecured Creditors. The subpoena was issued by the Official Committee for the Unsecured Creditors of Voyager Digital Holdings. It ordered him to appear on February 23 for the “remote” deposition. In a court document dated February 6, Voyager’s lawyers revealed that they had previously sent subpoenas to SBF, Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison and FTX cofounder Gary Wang. The subpoena demanded crucial papers from the SBF team by February 17.Judge John Dorsey had previously authorised FTX debtors under bankruptcy court rules to issue subpoenas for information and documents from former FTX colleagues and family members of Bankman-Fried.Currently, SBF is also under strict supervision during the bail period. The judge issued a warning on February 17 that the bail of the former FTX director could be revoked if he knowingly contravened the court order. Specifically, Bankman-Fried was accused by prosecutors of using a VPN to view the Super Bowl. There were concerns that Bankman-Fried could be placed under house arrest and allowed to influence the testimony of witnesses. We encourage you to do your research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: # Cryptocurrencies#MarketsBlockchaincryptoSBFwitness