Judge signs off on $1.65B settlement between Voyager Digital and FTC By Cointelegraph

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A federal judge has approved an order requiring crypto lending firm Voyager Digital and its affiliates to pay $1.65 billion in monetary relief to the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

In a Nov. 28 filing in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Gregory Woods ordered Voyager to pay $1.65 billion following a settlement between the lending firm and the FTC announced in October. As part of the agreement, Voyager will be “permanently restrained and enjoined” from marketing or providing products or services related to digital assets.

Source: PACER