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Over 300 3AC-linked NFTs moved to new wallet address Over 300 3AC-linked NFTs moved to new wallet address

Over 300 3AC-linked NFTs moved to new wallet address

Some of popular NFTs moved to the new address include Pepe the Frog NFT Genesis, Fidenza #718, DANKRUPT, DECAY etc.

Over 300 3AC-linked NFTs moved to new wallet address

Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) belonging to Starry Night Capital, a subsidiary of collapsed Three Arrows Capital (3AC), have been moved to a Safe (formerly Gnosis Safe) address, Nansen tweeted on Oct. 4.

Starry Night Capital is a $100 million NFT-focused fund launched in 2021 by Three Arrows Capital founders Kyle Davies and Su Zhu, along with NFT collector Vincent Van Dough. At the time, its goal was to buy the top NFTs in the market.

NFTs on the move

According to available information, over 300 NFTs in the address associated with the fund have been moved to a new address. Some popular NFTs moved to the new address include Pepe the Frog NFT Genesis, which it bought for 1,000 ETH (~$3.5M).

Other notable NFTs moved by the address include Fidenza #718, Some Other Asshole, DANKRUPT, DECAY, and Pudgy Penguins. These NFTs previously sold for 200 to 500 ETH. Nansen stated that the remaining NFTs in the address have a combined value of 625 ETH ($847,000) at the time of the report, with 89% having low liquidity.

The destination wallet, a Safe address, now contains 463 items, according to OpenSea data. Meanwhile, there are still questions about where the rest of the NFT funds went, given that Starry Night Capital spent $35 million on digital assets, according to Dune Analytics.

While it is unclear who is behind the transfers, the move answers questions surrounding the whereabouts of 3AC NFTs since it went bankrupt in July.

3AC liquidation

3AC founder Zhu had expressed worry over the possibility of jail term over the liquidator’s misrepresentation. According to Zhu, the liquidators have misled the Singapore high court about the structure of 3AC and the role he and Davies played in the system.

Meanwhile, the court-appointed liquidator, Teneo, has only gained control of around $40 million of 3AC’s assets and the power to secure and liquidate them in Singapore.

Posted In: Bankruptcy, NFTs

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