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$ 22,797.01
-0.98%
(24H)
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According to your price prediction input for Wrapped Bitcoin, the value of WBTC may increase by +5% and reach $ 26,390.39 by 2026.
Current WBTC Price
$ 22,797.01
-0.98%
(24H)
The live price of Wrapped Bitcoin is $ 22,797.01 per (WBTC / USD) today with a current market cap of $ 4.03B USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 124.52M USD. WBTC to USD price is updated in real-time. Wrapped Bitcoin is -0.98% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 176,746.96.
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Celsius' Mining Unit Files for Bankruptcy Just Months After Announcing IPO Intention
Celsius Network's mining unit, which said in March it planned to go public, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, along with its parent company, in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. The mining unit of the troubled lender said in March it had filed a confidential S-1 draft registration with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), to take the company public. At the time shares of most publicly traded crypto mining companies were tumbling, with the broader market selloff. Fast forward to summer, with the continued bear market, miners were forced to sell their mined bitcoins to pay for their operating costs and some industry participants expected lot of miners to turn to M&A to survive the down turn as some faced debt crisis. Celsius Mining's bankruptcy filing is likely to be another blow to investor sentiment in the mining sector. Celsius Mining has been active in the industry via investing and lending as well as helping host the miners to which it lends. In March, bitcoin (BTC) miner Mawson (MIGI) signed a 100-megawatt co-location and $20 million debt deal with Celsius Mining. Last year Celsius Mining said it invested a total of $500 million for its bitcoin mining operations in North America.
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2022-07-14
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Celsius Files for Chapter 11 Bankrupcty
Celsius Network, the crypto lender that is facing a liquidity crisis, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, Celsius said in a statement issued late Wednesday.“Today’s filing follows the difficult but necessary decision by Celsius last month to pause withdrawals, swaps, and transfers on its platform to stabilize its business and protect its customers. Without a pause, the acceleration of withdrawals would have allowed certain customers—those who were first to act—to be paid in full while leaving others behind to wait for Celsius to harvest value from illiquid or longer-term asset deployment activities before they receive a recovery," the statement read.“This is the right decision for our community and company,” said Alex Mashinsky, Celsius cofounder and CEO. “We have a strong and experienced team in place to lead Celsius through this process. I am confident that when we look back at the history of Celsius, we will see this as a defining moment, where acting with resolve and confidence served the community and strengthened the future of the company.Celsius is one of the crypto lenders facing financial troubles in the latest liquidity crisis in crypto. It suspended withdrawals starting June 12, cut jobs and hired restructuring experts to advise on its financial situation.Celsius says it has $167 million in cash on hand, enough to "support certain operations during the restructuring process."The company has filed motions with the court to allow it to continue operating "in the normal course," so it can pay employees and continue benefits.Celsius is not requesting authority to allow customer withdrawals at this time, it said. Customer claims will be addressed through the Chapter 11 process.Kirkland & Ellis LLP is serving as legal counsel, Centerview Partners is serving as financial adviser, and Alvarez & Marsal is serving as restructuring adviser to Celsius.More information on the case can be found here.
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2022-07-14
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Celsius Pays Off Last DeFi Loan, Reclaims Nearly $200M of Wrapped Bitcoin From Compound
Celsius Network, the embattled crypto lender that is facing liquidity troubles, fully paid off its remaining debt to the decentralized finance (DeFi) lending protocol Compound, freeing up nearly $200 million of pledged collateral.The firm paid down $50 million to Compound early Wednesday and reclaimed 10,000 wrapped bitcoin (WBTC), a bitcoin-replica token retrofitted for the Ethereum blockchain. The WBTC stake is worth about $195 million at current prices.Data on the blockchain transaction tracer Etherscan shows that a wallet linked to Celsius transferred 50 million DAI tokens – MakerDAO's dollar-pegged stablecoin – to Compound in two instances. After the downpayments, Compound released 6,900, then 3,100 WBTC tokens to Celsius that had been locked up on the protocol as collateral.The maneuver followed a similar treasury-management tactic that Celsius used recently to fully pay off and close its loans from the DeFi lending protocols Aave and Maker. The loans on these protocols are overcollateralized, meaning that the borrower has to lock up more digital assets in value than the loan's value.Paying off overcollateralized loans is theoretically a net positive for Celsius's liquidity, since the move unlocks more assets in value than what is needed to pay down the loans.Celsius is among crypto lenders crippled by the recent liquidity crisis among crypto firms. The Department of Financial Regulation of Vermont, a U.S. state, alleged the lender is "deeply insolvent." The firm suspended withdrawals, cut jobs and hired restructuring advisors.However, Celsius has been making good on its debt to DeFi protocols. Since the start of July, it has paid back $223 million to Maker, $235 million to Aave and $258 million to Compound.As a result, it reclaimed more than a billion-dollar worth of its crypto assets, mostly in WBTC and a type of ether (ETH) derivative token called stETH, which had been stuck on the protocols as collateral.
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