There are a total of 19 articles associated with Alex Mashinsky.
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The court should deny Celsius’ stablecoin sale as the lender hasn’t established ownership of the assets, creditors have said
Co-founders Alex Mashinsky and Dan Leon withdrew around $10 million each before the platform’s controversial transfer halt, new documents show
Shlomi Daniel Leon and fellow co-founder Alex Mashinsky have left their top positions as Celsius battles bankruptcy
Alex Mashinsky reportedly used $8 million from the withdrawn funds to pay his own state and federal taxes
A new court filing shows creditor committee deemed Alex Mashinsky “unacceptable” in the role
“Honestly, it’s surprising it took this long given everything that has happened,” a former Celsius employee said of Mashinsky’s departure
The bankrupt crypto lender is weighing a new business model which executives say requires “absolute zero trust”
Celsius has alleged KeyFI CEO Stone falsely depicted himself as a pioneer and expert in crypto staking and DeFi investments
In its latest Chapter 11 filing, Celsius reported it expects its net cash flow to reach negative $137.2 million by the end of October
The cryptocurrency lender is left with a $40 million claim against Three Arrows Capital, CEO Alex Mashinsky said in a declaration
The company has kept its balance sheet private while paying down DeFi debts
Crypto lender adds David Barse and Alan Jeffrey Carr, terminates three others
Blockworks exclusive: Rival crypto lending firm Nexo reached out to Celsius, offering to help with liquidity
“While this is related to a matter that took place over four years ago and before he joined Celsius, we took the decision to suspend Yaron effective as of November 18, 2021,” an internal company letter shared with Blockworks stated.
CEO says expanding capabilities in the space will help the platform source more yield for its users as AUM grows.
On the surface this program would appear to contradict terms set out in Tether’s user agreement, but Tether said that the over-collateralization of such loans wouldn’t be a problem
The funding comes at a time when US regulators are threatening to crack down on the crypto industry and companies that offer yields on digital assets.
In less than a year, Celsius has grown its assets under management from $1 billion to over $20 billion.