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Cypherpunk Liquidates Its Bitcoin and Ether Assets

Cypherpunk discloses the liquidation of its total Bitcoin and Ether assets.

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Cypherpunk discloses the liquidation of its total Bitcoin and Ether assets. They believe that there is still a potential for additional large drops in the price of crypto holdings.

As per a June 28, 2022 release, the company was able to trade a total of 205.8209 ETH for CAD 293k and 214.7203 BTC worth CAD 4.7 million.


Cypherpunk Crypto Reserves

Cypherpunk Holdings Inc. is a Canadian firm that invests in crypto, companies, and technologies, including protocols that promote or protect confidentiality. The company liquidates its Bitcoin and ether assets as the value of blockchain’s digital currencies keeps falling.

According to the team’s release, Cypherpunk trades a sum of 205.8209 ETH valued at CAD 293,000. Furthermore, they just sell 214.7203 Bitcoin for a total of CAD $6,086,283. They are essentially converting its treasury to cash amid continuing crypto market declines.

Crypto exchange has had several bear markets since the birth of bitcoin 13 decades ago.  Asa result, Glassnode calls the crypto winter of 2022 as the greatest market fall in history. Furthermore, Cypherpunk warns users that it does not anticipate the ‘bulls’ taking back control of the markets real soon.

So far, some crypto firms fail to survive, with several others, like Coinbase and Banxa, to name a few, dramatically reducing their personnel.

According to Moe Adham, CIO of Cypherpunk Enterprises, crypto markets are in a profound risk-off climate. The possibility of more large declines in asset values throughout the crypto sector persists. In the best interests of its stockholders, the corporation converts its treasury to cash.

According to the company, it acquires a total of CAD 6,378,787 from the liquidation of its crypto assets. This brings its total cash and stablecoin holdings to CAD 18.16 million. They allocate an outstanding CAD 1.93 million to structural products with a 30-day reclamation notice.

Crypto Companies Face Bankruptcy

Bitcoin has been on a rapid slide since November when it reaches a new all-time high of about $70k. For the first time since November 2020, Bitcoin’s value plummets to $17,000 on June 1, 2022. Notably, the falling value of BTC makes Bitcoin mining unproductive for miners. They even have with some large hitters in the business liquidating assets to create cash to cover their operating costs.

According to crypto.news, a large number of bitcoin miners who borrow money to support their mining enterprises are now struggling to cover their debt. Thus, it now totals roughly $4 billion. For Jeff Gao, CEO and President of Cypherpunk Holdings, the most prudent option to do right now is to remain on the sidelines.

Earlier in June, allegations surface that 3AC was meeting with legal and economic professionals to devise compensation plans for its investors and lenders. June 29, 2022, was the time when a British Virgin Islands tribunal directs the liquidation of 3AC, bringing the blockchain system to another low point.

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