crypto lending

CDCROP: Lending money handing over paying cash (Shutterstock)
Why Do Crypto Lenders Keep Blowing Up?
Liquidity issues at BlockFi, Genesis, Celsius and other lending firms have tarnished this once-promising growth sector. But not all crypto lenders are created equal.
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Crypto Investment Firm Blockwater Technologies Defaults on DeFi Loan
The South Korea-based crypto investment firm failed to make a payment on a $3.4 million loan to TrueFi, a decentralized lending protocol.
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Celsius Crypto Borrowers Call for Bankruptcy Trustee, Oppose US DOJ Move to Appoint Examiner
While a bankruptcy court should appoint an independent examiner to investigate Celsius’ financials, the examiner should not work for the U.S. Trustee’s office, a group of Celsius borrowers said.
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Crypto Lender Hodlnaut Faces Singapore Police ‘Actions’ and Job Cuts
The firm, which is the latest in the crypto world to freeze withdrawals, said it is engaged in “proceedings” with authorities.
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Maple Finance, a DeFi Platform for Institutional Lending, Unveils $40M Liquidity Pool
The pool is backed by crypto-native investment firm Maven 11.
Sid Powell, CEO of Maple Finance (Maple Finance)

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Canadian Regulators Probing Crypto Lender Celsius Network Alongside US: Report
Authorities are looking at what impact the firm’s multibillion-dollar collapse had on users.
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Crypto Lender Hodlnaut Freezes Withdrawals, Citing Market Conditions
The firm also pulled out its application to be regulated in Singapore.
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BlockFi advertisement in Washington D.C.'s Union Station (CoinDesk archives)
Crypto Lender BlockFi Had $1.8B in Open Loans at End of June and $600M of Exposure
The company has released a quarter-end snapshot of a number of operating statistics.
BlockFi advertisement in Washington D.C.'s Union Station (CoinDesk archives)

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The Credit Crunch Is Not the End of Crypto Lending
It is a mistake to view bitcoin’s success as a trade-off against the creation of credit. Its future depends on it, says our columnist, a partner at Castle Island Ventures.
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