BlockFi CEO Zac Prince Thursday stated the U.S.-based crypto lender foreclosed on a “massive consumer that failed to fulfill its obligations” following stories that BlockFi was a part of the lenders group that canceled some US$400 million in loans made out to Three Arrows Capital (3AC).
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- “BlockFi can affirm that we exercised our greatest enterprise judgment lately with a big consumer that failed to fulfill its obligations on an overcollateralized margin mortgage,” said Prince, including that each one collateral put up in opposition to the mortgage was liquidated.
- Prince stated that no consumer funds had been affected, and famous that BlockFi was one of many first to take motion with the unnamed counterparty.
- Though the CEO has not explicitly named the consumer, his tweet adopted a Financial Times report that claimed BlockFi was among the many teams that liquidated no less than a few of 3AC’s positions.
- Three Arrows Capital is reportedly dealing with insolvency with liquidation totaling no less than US$400 million, in response to The Block Crypto.
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