Celsius Stories Littered With ‘People Familiar With the Matter’ Sources, Repo...

Celsius Stories Littered With ‘People Familiar With the Matter’ Sources, Repo...

The embattled crypto lending platform Celsius has kept withdrawals and transfers frozen since June 12 and told the Celsius Network community that the “process will take time.” Since then, Celsius users are wondering why they are still receiving weekly rewards, and reportedly the company’s management has been arguing with its lawyers over whether or not the business should file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. However, most of the Celsius articles these days are quoting ‘people familiar with the matter,’ and ultimately these sources cannot be verified. Celsius....


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