- The crypto lending company of Celsius is reportedly considering filing for bankruptcy.
- Celsius has therefore hired more advisors to prepare for the potential filing.
The crypto lending company of Celsius is reportedly considering filing for bankruptcy.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Celsius Network LLC has hired restructuring consultants from the advisory firm of Alvarez and Marsal to recommend a way forward on a possible bankruptcy filing.
The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, also pointed out that neither representatives from Celsius nor Alvarez and Marsal had responded to requests for comments.
Last week, Celsius also hired the law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP to advise on possible solutions for its ongoing financial woes.
Celsius had Stated it Was Working on Stabilizing Operations.
In a June 20th blog post, the Celsius team updated the crypto community on the status of the company, pointing out that their main objective was to stabilize the platform’s liquidity and operations.
The team at Celsius also informed the crypto community that stabilizing the platform would take time and they were pausing all Twitter spaces and AMAs (ask-me-anything) sessions ‘to focus on navigating these unprecedented challenges and seeking to fulfill our responsibilities to our community.’
Celsius Had Stated that it Was Committed to Meeting its Obligations.
To note is that withdrawals, swaps, and transfers on Celsius were halted on June 13th with the team citing current market conditions as the main reason for doing so. They explained:
[Feature image courtesy of Celsius.Network]
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