When crypto bank is a shadow bank

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Coinmonks
Published in
3 min readDec 6, 2022

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If your business goes bust, what will you do? You’ll probably need a fresh start. Fortunately, that can be a lot easier than you think. But that is not easy for a shadow bank, particularly the crypto shadow bank. Let’s explore what to do when your shadow bank goes bankrupt.

What’s the profit in being insolvent?

When your business is profitable and has plenty of cash in the bank, you can either pay your debts or use the profits from your sales to repay your creditors. If you’re able to meet your debts, you can then use the profits from your sales to pay your creditors. In some cases, you can even try to access your assets to pay your creditors. However, crypto shadow bank has illiquidity assets that unlikely can exchange to cash and pay off the debt. They are likely to go bankrupt with cash on hand and forced to sell their illiquid assets later to pay off debts.

Residual income or loss?

In general, if you’re able to show that you have a profit in being insolvent, it’s a good sign that the other parties in your business have their ear. If they haven’t, they could become targets. If you can show that you have a surplus, that is money left over from one period of activity when you were profitable and unable to pay your bills, you could be able to get your debts forgiven or…

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