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    FTC v. Voyager Digital LLC et al: Settlement (‘$1.65B Crypto Fraud’)

    Stipulated Order for Permanent Injunction, Monetary Judgment, and Other Relief in Federal Trade Commission v. Voyager Digital LLC, Voyager Digital Holdings Inc., Voyager Digital Ltd., of Canada, and Stephen Ehrlich, as Defendants, and Francine Ehrlich, as Relief Defendant, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    FTC v. Voyager Digital LLC et al: Complaint (‘Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint in Federal Trade Commission v. Voyager Digital LLC, Voyager Digital Holdings Inc., Voyager Digital Ltd., of Canada, and Stephen Ehrlich, as Defendants, and Francine Ehrlich, as Relief Defendant, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    CFTC v. Stephen Ehrlich: Complaint (‘Voyager Digital Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging the defendant and Voyager Digital, of which he was CEO, "fraudulently solicited participation in and operated a digital asset trading and custody platform in a manner that resulted in Voyager’s bankruptcy, owing its U.S. customers over $1.7 billion" in U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Stephen Ehrlich at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Voyager Digital Holdings Inc. v. Adam Lavine et al: Complaint & TRO Motion

    Complaint and Emergency Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order alleging "threats and actions carried out by two disgruntled former employees of the Debtors" in Voyager Digital Holdings Inc., Voyager Digital Ltd., and Voyager Digital LLC v. Adam Lavine and Shingo Lavine at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Voyager Digital Ltd. et al: Cease and Desist Order

    Ex Parte Order to Cease and Desist regarding a cryptocurrency group in Vermont Department of Financial Regulation v. Voyager Digital Ltd., of British Columbia, Canada; Voyager Digital Holdings Inc., of Delaware, and Voyager Digital LLC, of Delaware.

    Jon Giacobbe v. Voyager Digital Holdings Inc. et al: Complaint (‘Non-Chargeable $150K Crypto Fraud Debt’)

    Complaint "seeking an order determining that the debt owed ... by the defendant is excepted from discharge" in Jon Giacobbe v. Voyager Digital Holdings Inc. and Voyager Digital LLC, described as the operators of "a multi-billion-dollar mobile application cryptocurrency investment service that places cryptocurrency trade orders for users like the Plaintiff", at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Pierce Robertson et al v. Mark Cuban et al: Class Action Complaint (‘Voyager Digital Crypto Fraud’)

    Class Action Complaint alleging fraud involving crypto broker Voyager Digital in Pierce Robertson, Rachel Gold, Sanford Gold, Rahil Sayed, Christopher Ehrentraut, Todd Manganiello, Dan Newsom, William Ayer, Anthony Dorn, Dameco Gates, Marshall Peters, and Edwin Garrison v. Mark Cuban, Dallas Basketball Limited, d.b.a. Dallas Mavericks, and Stephen Ehrlich at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Voyager Digital Holdings Inc. et al: Chapter 11 Petition

    Chapter 11 Petition by Voyager Digital Holdings Inc., of New York; Voyager Digital LLC, of New Jersey, and Voyager Digital Ltd., of Canada, which are part of a group comprising entities in Canada, Cayman Islands, Denmark, Estonia, France, United Kingdom, and USA that operates "a cryptocurrency brokerage" that is "facing a short-term 'run on the bank' due to the downturn in the cryptocurrency industry generally and the default of a significant loan made to a third party", which was identified as British Virgin Islands-domiciled, Singapore-based "cryptocurrency hedge fund" Three Arrows Capital Ltd., filed at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Mark Cassidy v. Voyager Digital Ltd. et al: Amended Class Action Complaint

    Amended Class Action Complaint alleging fraud and the sale of unregistered securities in Mark Cassidy v. Voyager Digital Ltd., described as a Canada-domiciled, New York-based "cryptocurrency platform", and Voyager Digital LLC, described as being domiciled in Delaware and based in New Jersey, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Mark Cassidy v. Voyager Digital Ltd. et al: Class Action Complaint

    Class Action Complaint alleging the defendants operate a cryptocurrency investment platform that is "a house of cards, built on false promises and factually impossible representations that were specifically designed to take advantage of the cryptocurrency craze to the direct detriment of any ordinary investor" in Mark Cassidy v. Voyager Digital Ltd., of British Columbia, Canada and Voyager Digital LLC, of Delaware, which collectively "operate a multi-billion-dollar mobile application cryptocurrency investment service", at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.