Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

Core Scientific is preparing to defend itself against Celsius Mining’s accusations that the hosting provider broke bankruptcy provisions and breached their hosting agreement by failing to install mining equipment on time and unfairly attempting to pass on electricity charges.
Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

The company said in a document filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday.

“The Company strongly disagrees with the allegations made in the Celsius motion and the interpretation of the Agreement espoused therein and is vigorously defending its interests, including seeking resolution from the bankruptcy court and payment of any outstanding amounts owed under the Agreement (subject to applicable bankruptcy law in the Celsius chapter 11 case) as soon as practical.”

Celsius owes Core Scientific $5.4 million, according to records filed with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Core Scientific has engaged legal counsel and will vigorously defend its interests in the case and in the present tough market conditions, according to the filing.

Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

Meanwhile, Core Scientific has urged the court to explore a suitable timeline for an evidentiary hearing, which is presently scheduled for Oct. 20, as well as other deadlines, according to a letter addressed to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York on Sunday. The company also said:

“The false allegations the Debtors make in the Contempt Motion are harmful to Core Scientific, and the breach of contract allegations, premised on the incorrect notion that Core Scientific must subsidize the Debtors’ money-losing mining business to the tune of millions of dollars a month, immediately threatens the viability of Core Scientific’s business.”

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Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

Core Scientific is preparing to defend itself against Celsius Mining’s accusations that the hosting provider broke bankruptcy provisions and breached their hosting agreement by failing to install mining equipment on time and unfairly attempting to pass on electricity charges.
Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

The company said in a document filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday.

“The Company strongly disagrees with the allegations made in the Celsius motion and the interpretation of the Agreement espoused therein and is vigorously defending its interests, including seeking resolution from the bankruptcy court and payment of any outstanding amounts owed under the Agreement (subject to applicable bankruptcy law in the Celsius chapter 11 case) as soon as practical.”

Celsius owes Core Scientific $5.4 million, according to records filed with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Core Scientific has engaged legal counsel and will vigorously defend its interests in the case and in the present tough market conditions, according to the filing.

Core Scientific Seeks Debt Recovery During Celsius Bankruptcy Process

Meanwhile, Core Scientific has urged the court to explore a suitable timeline for an evidentiary hearing, which is presently scheduled for Oct. 20, as well as other deadlines, according to a letter addressed to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York on Sunday. The company also said:

“The false allegations the Debtors make in the Contempt Motion are harmful to Core Scientific, and the breach of contract allegations, premised on the incorrect notion that Core Scientific must subsidize the Debtors’ money-losing mining business to the tune of millions of dollars a month, immediately threatens the viability of Core Scientific’s business.”

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.

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Harold

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