Website Rates Doxxed Celsius Users According To How Much They Lost

A website has launched that claims to rank every doxxed Celsius user by the amount of money they lost after the crypto lender went bankrupt.

Celsiusnetworth.com told Protos that the leaderboard features more than 600,000 out-of-pocket customers. Records detail their full names alongside the types of crypto they held and precisely how much of each was left locked on the platform when it shuttered in June this year. 

Curious browsers have the option of performing a name search to find the sad former users or selecting to have each one shown randomly.

The website states that the amounts lost range greatly, with the greatest loss giving up more than $40 million, including $39 million in bitcoin and $46 million in Celsius’s native currency, CEL. While the top 10 users jointly lost somewhere around $220 million, other customers only lost a few pennies.

Today, more records will be added to the database, according to the website.

By mistake, Celsius didxxed all of its users

A court document from last week that includes over 14,500 pages of doxxable information about Celsius users is the source of the leaderboard. The corporation sought to have the names of its users withheld, but the judge only permitted the redaction of user email and home addresses.

Additionally, it was shown in the records how Celsius officials were able to take millions from their accounts before the lender filed for bankruptcy. Since then, the court records have been deleted from the Internet Archive.

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Website Rates Doxxed Celsius Users According To How Much They Lost

A website has launched that claims to rank every doxxed Celsius user by the amount of money they lost after the crypto lender went bankrupt.

Celsiusnetworth.com told Protos that the leaderboard features more than 600,000 out-of-pocket customers. Records detail their full names alongside the types of crypto they held and precisely how much of each was left locked on the platform when it shuttered in June this year. 

Curious browsers have the option of performing a name search to find the sad former users or selecting to have each one shown randomly.

The website states that the amounts lost range greatly, with the greatest loss giving up more than $40 million, including $39 million in bitcoin and $46 million in Celsius’s native currency, CEL. While the top 10 users jointly lost somewhere around $220 million, other customers only lost a few pennies.

Today, more records will be added to the database, according to the website.

By mistake, Celsius didxxed all of its users

A court document from last week that includes over 14,500 pages of doxxable information about Celsius users is the source of the leaderboard. The corporation sought to have the names of its users withheld, but the judge only permitted the redaction of user email and home addresses.

Additionally, it was shown in the records how Celsius officials were able to take millions from their accounts before the lender filed for bankruptcy. Since then, the court records have been deleted from the Internet Archive.

DISCLAIMER: The Information on this website is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.

Join us to keep track of news: https://linktr.ee/coincu

Website: coincu.com

Annie

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