• Three Arrows Capital (3AC) went bankrupt in July 2022, soon after Terra (LUNA) collapsed.
• Liquidators Teneo issued Twitter subpoenas as 3AC co-founders were ‚out of reach.‘
• Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn granted the motion filed by Russel Crumpler to force Kyle Davies and Su Zhu, the co-founding duo of 3AC, to respond and provide all the required information until 16th March 2023.

Three Arrows Capital Goes Bankrupt

Three Arrows Capital (3AC) went bankrupt in July 2022, soon after Terra (LUNA) collapsed. This put liquidators Teneo in a difficult situation since 3AC’s co-founders were ‚out of reach‘.

Court Grants Motion to Compel Co-founders

The court-appointed liquidators, Crumpler & Farmer, filed a motion to force Kyle Davies and Su Zhu, the co-founding duo of the insolvent Three Arrows Capital (3AC), to respond to an internet subpoena. The motion was granted by Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn which means that Mr. Davies will have time until 16th March 2023 to provide all the required information.

Co-Founders Active on Social Media

Davies is active on social media according to the motion filed by Russel Crumpler. He recently signed papers as a co-founder of GTX crypto exchange which aims for competition with FTX exchange. On the other hand, Su Zhu is also active on social media sometimes posting 20-30 times per day voicing his opinions on arch nemesis Sam Bankman-Fried and fellow fugitive Do Kwon and condemning Alameda Research for putting a ‘moral hazard’ on the crypto industry.

Where Are They Now?

Su Zhu has been nowhere to be found even after Teneo requested confiscation of his controversial ‘MuchWOW’ yacht named in honor of Dogecoin (DOGE). Meanwhile Kyle Davies kept doing business with starting GTX exchange while avoiding any interaction with 3AC’s liquidators despite being aware of their subpoenas.

Liquidator’s Anger Grow

The anger among 3AC’s liquidators keeps growing due to lack of response from Kyle Davies and Su Zhu who keep ignoring their subpoenas while continuing their business ventures such as launching GTX exchange or promoting new investments schemes through social media platforms such as Twitter.