受此消极影响，一些谨慎的投资者正在逐渐撤离币圈。对此，FBB Capital Partners的研究主管Mike Bailey表示：
值得注意的是，Celsius Network、Babel Finance以及Vauld这类加密币借贷平台也已经陆续暂停提款。
According to the latest news, Voyager’s customers may not be able to get all their money back, and the platform now has about $1.3 billion in encrypted assets, adding to the fear of investors who have suffered heavy losses as a result of the recent collapse in the currency.
For Voyager clients, many legal questions remain unanswered, and some investors doubt whether they can get their money back and say bluntly:
I knew that investing in cryptocurrencies would be risky, but I never thought the trading platform would collapse. Now I feel like I’ve been robbed. I don’t understand how this can be legal. I won’t put my money into another platform and I won’t trust cryptocurrencies anymore.
Previously, investors in cryptocurrencies tended to “shrug off” huge losses because they thought that as long as they held on for a long time, prices would one day rebound.
However, for those investors who have invested retirement savings, housing down payments and emergency funds, they may now face a dismal outcome of “no return”. This is undoubtedly a wake-up call for investors who believe in the relative safety of large trading platforms.
Affected by this negative impact, some cautious investors are gradually leaving the currency circle. In response, Mike Bailey, head of research at FBB Capital Partners, said:
The downside risks of the currency circle are so cruel that when investors suffer such losses, it gives the impression that the whole system has collapsed, causing them to want to exit.
The cryptocurrency has plummeted recently, especially as the price of bitcoin has plummeted by about 70% from its recent highs, adding to the financial woes of currency-related companies.
With Voyager filing for bankruptcy and a bleak currency winter, encrypted currency trading platforms, including Coinbase, are announcing layoffs.
It is worth noting that cryptocurrency lending platforms such as Celsius Network, Babel Finance and Vauld have also suspended withdrawals.