Bankrupt lending firm Voyager recently sent another batch of Ethereum (ETH), voyager token (VGX), and Shiba Inu (SHIB) tokens to Coinbase as reports of a systematic dump gain steam.
The transactions amounted to $12.3 million worth of digital assets and involved two Voyager and two Coinbase addresses.
The recent slew of transactions began with an inflow into a Voyager wallet yesterday at 11:45 (UTC). The wallet received 68 billion SHIB from an unidentified address that had been dormant for two years.
Following the influx of funds, Voyager promptly transferred 5 million VGX ($2 million) to Coinbase at 14:31 UTC yesterday. Subsequently, the bankrupt lender sent 300 billion SHIB to another Coinbase address, and an hour later, 4,000 ETH ($6.6 million) was transferred from a different Voyager address to Coinbase.
Moreover, Peck Shield drew attention to another set of transactions that saw Coinbase transfer $50 million worth of USDC to Voyager in three transfers. These transfers occurred shortly after Coinbase received the crypto lender’s $12.3 million worth of assets.
Recently, Voyager has been making a series of transfers worth millions to several crypto exchanges, including Coinbase, Kraken, and Binance US, with the majority of these funds heading to Coinbase. As previously reported, the bankrupt lending firm sent 2,500 ETH and 250 billion ETH to Coinbase on Feb. 19.
These Voyager transactions have become a topic of concern and speculation within the crypto community.
The lending firm is reportedly selling off its crypto assets at $100 million per week in an elaborate distribution campaign.
In addition, Lookonchain made a similar claim on Feb. 26, alleging that Voyager has recently been liquidating its assets through Coinbase.
Voyager had received $100 million worth of USDC from Coinbase in the 3 days leading to Feb. 26. However, Voyager has been sending risk assets to the American exchange almost every day.