FacebookTwitterLinkedInTelegramCopy LinkEmail

Hodlnaut Co-Founders Propose Selling Business to Maximize Value for Creditors

Hodlnaut Co-Founders Propose Selling Business to Maximize Value for Creditors

Troubled cryptocurrency lender Hodlnaut's co-founders propose a new plan that would better benefit creditors.

According to Bloomberg on March 1, the co-founders of Hodlnaut, Simon Lee and Zhu Juntao have proposed to sell their business instead of liquidating its assets.

The crypto lender filed for bankruptcy protection in August after losing $190 due to the Terra-Luna collapse.

An interim judicial manager was appointed to manage its affairs, and a restructuring plan was proposed to pool the company’s assets and issue a new token to creditors.

However, some creditors rejected the plan and sought to liquidate the company.

READ MORE: Coinbase to Halt Trading of Binance USD Amid SEC Regulatory Scrutiny

Lee and Juntao have submitted an affidavit to the court seeking to sell the business, stating that it would maximize value for creditors and increase the user base of investors.

The co-founders are reportedly in discussions with potential investors to finalize the details of the sale.

Alexander Stefanov

Reporter at CoinsPress

Alex is an experienced finance journalist and a cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiast. With over five years of experience covering the industry, he deeply understands the complex and constantly evolving world of digital assets. His insightful and thought-provoking articles provide readers with a clear picture of the latest developments and trends in the market. His passionate approach allows him to break down complex ideas into accessible and insightful content. Follow up on his content to be up to date with the most important trends and topics - stay ahead of the curve with CoinsPress.

Learn more about crypto and blockchain technology.