Over-the-counter transactions involving FTX creditor claims are currently being valued at over 50 cents on the dollar. This is a significant increase from previous valuations, as revealed by Thomas Braziel, a specialist in FTX debt claims. In a recent claims auction, an FTX claim of over $20 million was sold for 52 cents on the dollar. This suggests that the market expects FTX creditors to recover about half of their money from the bankrupt exchange, but Braziel notes that this price only applies to the "largest and cleanest claims." Another article shared by Braziel on X expresses optimism about the rising prices of FTX claims, stating that they have continued to increase since the exchange's failure. As the asset recovery process continues and illiquid components are sold, the value of FTX claims is expected to steadily rise above $0.40 per claim. However, not everything is going well for FTX creditors, as a court decision to settle a dispute between bankrupt crypto lender Genesis and FTX's sister company, Alameda Research, has sparked outrage among creditors who consider it the worst deal for FTX creditors so far.
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