Jamie Crawley is a CoinDesk news reporter based in London.

Crypto brokerage Voyager Digital (VOYG.TO) has issued a notice of default to Three Arrows Capital (3AC) after the beleaguered hedge fund failed to make the required payments on its loans of 15,250 bitcoins and $350 million in USDC, worth about $670 million at current prices.

  • Voyager also announced it has drawn down $75 million of the emergency $200 million cash and USDC credit line provided by Alameda Ventures. That facility also included a revolver of 15,000 bitcoins (BTC).
  • As of Monday morning, the company has $137 million of cash and crypto assets on hand. The exchange has also retained investment banker Moelis & Co. as a financial adviser.
  • Voyager's share price plunged more than 60% last week after it disclosed it had exposure to 3AC, which had previously said that it had suffered heavy losses from the sharp downturn in the crypto market.
  • "We are working diligently and expeditiously to strengthen our balance sheet and pursuing options so we can continue to meet customer liquidity demands," CEO Stephen Ehrlich said.

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