Crypto lending platform Celsius Community has onboarded restructuring legal professionals from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld to search out potential options to the agency’s monetary woes. 

The agency is reportedly looking for different strategic options, comparable to a monetary restructuring, other than its makes an attempt to resolve its present issues. The report additionally famous that Celsius is looking for buyers who would be capable of present financing choices for the crypto lending firm.

Citing excessive market circumstances, Celsius paused withdrawals from its platform on Monday. Amid the withdrawal freeze, the agency has unstaked round $247 million in wrapped Bitcoin (wBTC) from liquidity protocol Aave and despatched it to the FTX alternate. Other than its wBTC, the agency has additionally despatched $74.5 million in Ether (ETH) to FTX.

As rumors of Celsius’ insolvency proliferate, crypto alternate Nexo prolonged its palms to the lending platform. The crypto agency just lately instructed Cointelegraph that the Nexo, together with its companions and associates, is able to acquire a part or all of Celsius’ excellent “collateralized mortgage receivables.”

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To quench holder fears amid the scenario at Celsius, stablecoin issuer Tether introduced that the current events surrounding the lending platform have “no influence” on Tether’s reserves. Based on Tether, whereas they do have an funding in Celsius, it doesn’t have an effect on the steadiness of its reserves. The announcement additionally highlighted that the scenario at Celsius is a results of “market volatility.”

In the meantime, crypto alternate Binance additionally paused BTC withdrawals on its platform on Monday, simply because the Celsius pause began. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao assured holders that their funds had been secure and the alternate would open withdrawals quickly. Positive sufficient, on the identical day, the crypto exchange resumed withdrawals.