Bankrupt Crypto Lender Subpoenaed by Federal Prosecutors

Oct 18,2022
Bankrupt Crypto Lender Subpoenaed by Federal Prosecutors

According to the Financial Times, the bankrupt crypto credit company Celsius Network has been orally summoned by foreign federal prosecutorsreportSaturday

This subpoena was issued by a federal grand jury applied by the US Department of Justice in Manhattan a few days after the customer's account was frozen in June. The subpoena requirement of the court is an order for others to appear in court. According to the Financial Times, this bankrupt encryption enterprise has captured "hundreds of thousands of customers' savings"

According to areportOn October 11, an ADA investor lost more than 25 million dollars due to the ℃ frozen cleaning. The investor named "Hirokhado Kohji" had about 60.9 million ADA tokens before the bankruptcy of a popular encryption loan company.

Celsius is facing Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. It is reported that there are nearly 30000 pages of people's court documents, mainly including financial data of 600000 administrator accounts. However, the presiding judge allows the user's home address to be modified via email.

According to the Financial Times of the United Kingdom, Celsius Network has a customer property of 25 billion dollars. At the same time, it "promises to deploy tokens in the digital currency sales market to generate stunning benefits for customers"

According to the Financial Times, when Celsius filed for bankruptcy in July, it had about 4.3 billion dollars and about 5.5 billion dollars in debt.

According to the Financial Times, this bankrupt crypto loan company has held talks with several federal government organizations, including the Stock Exchange Association (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Association (CFTC) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Get millions of dollars

According to the report on October 3, Alex Mashinsky, founder of the Celsius Network, obtained about 10 million dollars. Financial TimesreportIt was noted that Marcine Leoni used this large amount of money to pay taxes before freezing and cleaning customer accounts.

A few days later,reportThe management of Celsius withdrew the use of a variety of encryption assets valued at $30 million.