Celsius Clients Beg Bankruptcy Court to Release Crypto, One Customer Needs Fu...

Celsius Clients Beg Bankruptcy Court to Release Crypto, One Customer Needs Fu...

After the crypto lender Celsius filed for bankruptcy protection on July 13, the company recently contacted customers and explained that an employee from one of the firm’s vendors accessed a list of Celsius client emails, and the email addresses were “transferred to a third party.” Furthermore, Celsius customers have written to the court begging to get their crypto assets back as one client said he had less than $1K in the bank and his situation was a dire emergency in order to “keep a roof over my family and food on their table.” Celsius Customers....


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