The latest Celsius Network court filing that was made accessible online contains confidential customer information.
According to Gizmodo, which uploaded the document to the Internet Archive, the filing spans more than 14,000 pages because it discloses the names and transaction details of the embattled lender’s customers.
The document also contains information such as the services that customers used as well as the types and quantities of crypto assets they held.
“It appears the filing is so large because it seems to have the names and recent transactions of every user on the platform.”
Gizmodo reports that the financial disclosure form, which was filed in a New York bankruptcy court on Wednesday, shows that former Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky and former Chief Strategy Officer Daniel Leon cashed out large amounts of crypto prior to the platform halting withdrawals in June.
The two executives have since resigned from their posts, with Leon stepping down just a week after Mashinsky submitted his letter of resignation.
Celsius is planning to sell its assets later this month as part of its bankruptcy proceedings but it faces opposition from Texas and Vermont. Regulators from these states claim that the firm has not yet made clear what it would do with the proceeds of the sale and whether it would benefit creditors.
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