Celsius Network Reveals Plans To Compensate Depositors Despite Massive $1,190,000,000 Balance Sheet Deficit

Blocked because of Ad Blocker

It seems that you are using some ad blocking software which is preventing the page from fully loading. Please whitelist this website or disable ad blocking software.

Centralized finance (CeFi) platform Celsius Network is revealing plans to compensate users whose funds are still unavailable for withdrawal.

In a United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of New York filing, the platform says it has total assets of $4.3 billion and total liabilities amounting to $5.5 billion.

Celsius Network, which recently filed for bankruptcy, says one of the ways it could fill the $1.19 billion hole in its balance sheet is by selling minted Bitcoin (BTC) from its mining business.

“To bridge this gap in its balance sheet, the Company plans to engage with all constituencies, including the official committee of unsecured creditors (which will likely include mostly users), in a productive dialogue with the hope of building consensus around the Debtors’ potential chapter 11 [bankruptcy] plan of reorganization and, ultimately, a transaction that will maximize the value of the Company’s business for the benefit of the Company’s creditors.

One way the Debtors intend to achieve this goal is by using the Bitcoin ‘minted’ by mining to address its current cryptocurrency deficit.”

According to Celsius Network, the CeFi platform’s crypto mining arm, Celsius Mining LLC, projects to generate approximately 15,000 Bitcoin in 2023 worth over $310 million at time of writing.

Celsius Network says that it could sell some of its assets or seek a strategic investor as part of the reorganization.

“The Debtors are aiming to file a plan that will provide users with choices and enable Celsius to return to normal operations. To fund plan recoveries, the Company may sell one or more of its assets and/or consider an investment from third-party strategic or financial investors in exchange for equity in a ‘reorganized’ Celsius.”

The CeFi platform says it had hundreds of thousands of active users who had account balances of over $100 as of this month.

“By July 2022, Celsius had approximately 1.7 million registered users and approximately 300,000 active users with account balances of more than $100, and approximately $6.0 billion in assets and was preparing to go forward with an initial public offering of Debtor Celsius Mining LLC.”

Don’t Miss a Beat – Subscribe to get crypto email alerts delivered directly to your inbox

Check Price Action

Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr

Surf BitcoinLinux Mix

Check Latest News Headlines

Check Latest Coin Values at CoinPrice.Watch



Get Alerts 728x90 133
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed at BitcoinLinux are not investment advice. Investors should do their due diligence before making any high-risk investments in Bitcoin, cryptocurrency or digital assets. Please be advised that your transfers and trades are at your own risk, and any loses you may incur are your responsibility. BitcoinLinux does not recommend the buying or selling of any cryptocurrencies or digital assets, nor is BitcoinLinux an investment advisor. Please note that BitcoinLinux participates in affiliate marketing.

Featured Image: Shutterstock/ARTEMENKO VALENTYN/Jurik Peter

The post Celsius Network Reveals Plans To Compensate Depositors Despite Massive $1,190,000,000 Balance Sheet Deficitappeared first on BitcoinLinux.