Celsius Network is a P2P decentralized lending & borrowing platform.More about Celsius
About Celsius Network
Celsius Network is a bankrupt cryptocurrency lending company that was founded in 2017 and headquartered in Hoboken, New Jersey.More about Celsius Network Info Twitter LinkedIn
Celsius lawyers and advisors on track to gain over $140M in feesDorian Batycka · 2 days ago · 2 min read
Celsius prepares to reopen partial withdrawals for eligible usersMonika Ghosh · 1 month ago · 2 min read
Celsius former CEO wallet dumps $480k in CEL token selloffOluwapelumi Adejumo · 1 month ago · 1 min read
A court-appointed independent examiner said Alex Mashinsky profited over $60 million from his sales of Celsius tokens.
Celsius creditors, US gov oppose bankrupt’s lender extension request due to high cash burn rateOluwapelumi Adejumo · 1 month ago · 1 min read
Celsius creditors said the case must proceed toward a resolution as it has been around eight months since the firm paused withdrawals.
Celsius publishes eligible users’ list for withdrawalsOluwapelumi Adejumo · 2 months ago · 1 min read
The crypto lender emphasized that eligible users must update their accounts with certain information before any withdrawals can be processed.
Tether denies borrowing from bankrupt CelsiusOluwapelumi Adejumo · 2 months ago · 1 min read
Celsius' examiner report claimed Tether had over $2 billion Celsius exposure and was an "existential threat" to the lender's financial health.
Binance, Bank to the Future among secret bidders of Celsius assets – Tiffany FongChristian Nwobodo · 2 months ago · 2 min read
Bank to the Future CEO Simon Dixon has confirmed that his company submitted a bidding proposal for Celsius assets.
Elizabeth Warren urges stricter regulation, says solution to crypto fraud begins with the SECMonika Ghosh · 2 months ago · 2 min read
Senator Warren said that the crypto industry is 'scared' of a strong SEC and is, therefore, spending millions lobbying to escape oversight.
Celsius may restructure and issue new tokenMike Dalton · 2 months ago · 1 min read
The company's plans must still be approved by courts and creditors.