According to documents obtained by CoinDesk, Australian cryptocurrency exchange Digital Surge is set to reopen after stakeholders signed a recovery plan on Wednesday. According to documents submitted to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, the stakeholders signed the recovery plan a day before the exchange was scheduled to go into liquidation (ASIC). A circular was sent to creditors earlier today. According to a source, the exchange will resume trading next week. The collapse of FTX had a significant impact on the Brisbane-based exchange, which held 33 million Australian dollars on the now-defunct platform founded by Sam Bankman-Fried.