Singapore Crypto Firm Hodlnaut's Creditors Seek its Liquidation – Bloomberg

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Key creditors of embattled crypto lender Hodlnaut Pte rejected a proposed restructuring plan and prefer to liquidate the company. 
They said their interests are best served by winding the firm up, according to a Jan. 11 filing by Hodlnaut’s court-appointed interim judicial managers seen by Bloomberg News. 


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