Celsius aims to claw back 40 million MATIC, 66,000 DOT, 25,000 staked native ETH and 35,000 ETH from liquid staking platform StakeHound.
Bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network has filed a lawsuit against liquid staking platform StakeHound
after the company allegedly failed to return $150 million worth of tokens owned by Celsius.
$5.25, 25,000 staked Ether (stETH) and 35,000 Ether
$1,889. Celsius highlighted that these tokens are worth a total of $150 million.
In exchange for the tokens, Celsius received “stTokens,” which they could deploy on other investments or return to StakeHound to get their crypto back. However,
the recent filing alleged that StakeHound demanded arbitration against Celsius and argued that it
“has no obligation” to exchange native ETH for the stTokens after it was confronted by its breaches of duty to Celsius.إقرأ أيضا:Voyager’s token transfer to Coinbase grows selloff suspicions
According to Celsius, StakeHound’s arbitration filing violates section 362 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, also known as the automatic stay rule.
This rule disallows creditors from taking legal action against or collecting debt from a company or person as soon as they file for bankruptcy.
In addition, Celsius also argued in the filing that “StakeHound should be required to immediately turn over Celsius’ property”
and pay compensation for damages that arose from its breaches of contractual duties.
Cointelegraph reached out to Celsius Network and StakeHound for comments but did not receive a response by publication.إقرأ أيضا:DeFi protocols Exactly, Harbor hacked in separate attacks
In 2022, it was that Celsius lost 35,000 ETH when StakeHound lost private keys for a total of around
Since its Celsius has been trying to make an effort to restructure. On Feb. 15, Celsius that pushes for
creating a public platform owned by Earn creators, which will be sponsored by digital asset investment firm NovaWulf.