There are a total of 16 articles associated with DCG.
TradeBlock’s shutdown was reportedly prompted by a prolonged crypto market downturn and challenging US regulatory environment
FTX is calling out avoidable transfers made before the company went bankrupt in November
Alameda claims Grayscale’s fee structure and lack of redemption options has lowered the value of Alameda’s shares by 90%
The crypto conglomerate has reportedly sold a quarter of its shares in Grayscale’s Ethereum Trust after Genesis’ bankruptcy
Genesis could be up for sale under a new restructuring agreement with creditors
More than 100 institutions have engaged with an online campaign seeking to force an “uncomfortable conversation” around alternative visions for GBTC
Cameron Wiklevoss threatens to sue Barry Silbert, DCG and others, following Genesis bankruptcy
Gemini co-founder Cameron Winklevoss has said DCG owes affiliate Genesis nearly $1.7 billion, which is money he says it needs to fulfill Gemini users
In an email sent out to retail users, Gemini wrote that it terminated the Master Loan Agreement between Earn users and Genesis as of Jan. 8
Several sources have told Blockworks DCG’s head, Barry Silbert, isn’t telling the full story relating to his company’s relationship with crypto lender Genesis
The cryptocurrency industry has a “lot of hard work to do” on the heels of a brutal 2022, Silbert said Tuesday in a letter to DCG shareholders
A “complete gimmick”: Winklevoss goes for the jugular as Genesis Global Capital, Grayscale stand accused
News analysis: Takeover attempts of Grayscale’s embattled bitcoin trust are mounting, but what’re the odds?
The crypto brokerage has recently consulted restructuring specialists on the possibility of spinning out its troubled lending arm
Cameron Winklevoss has given Barry Silbert until Jan. 8th to commit to publicly working together
Genesis is slashing 20% of its 260-person workforce, with chief executive Michael Moro among those on the way out
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