Cryptocurrency hedge fund A few Arrow Capital defaulted on a $650 million financial loan Monday, in accordance to lender Voyager Electronic.

The personal loan is comprised of approximately 15,000 bitcoin and $350 million worthy of of the stablecoin USDC. The failure to pay is the most current blow to the hedge fund which earlier saw a tranche of its positions liquidated by BlockFi and Genesis. 

 “We are operating diligently and expeditiously to bolster our stability sheet and pursuing possibilities so we can continue to meet purchaser


demands,” stated Voyager CEO Stephen Ehrlich.

Voyager claimed it would endeavor to recover money from 3 Arrow Cash, also known as 3AC, and was in contact with its legal crew to map out following actions. Voyager added that 3AC’s default has not affected its platform and that it had $137 million worth of crypto and dollars property on hand to fulfill orders.

But the default included to the liquidity difficulties in the cryptocurrency sector, which fell under a $1 trillion market capitalization as some of the largest cryptos have tumbled.

Voyager a short while ago place a limit on client withdrawals above $10,000 on Thursday in anticipation of 3AC defaulting on its financial loan.

Not long ago, Sam Bankman-Fried’s crypto buying and selling platform FTX has supplied crisis liquidity, providing a $250 million bank loan to BlockFi final week. The 7 days just before that, he gave Voyager Digital a mortgage that totalled about $485 million in dollars and crypto.

And previously this month, crypto lending platform Celsius entirely paused withdrawals while crypto trade Coinflex froze clients’ assets.