Crypto giant Genesis is ‘days away’ from bankruptcy after suffering steep losses in wake of FTX collapse: Firm owes creditors $3 BILLION – including $900M to Winklevoss twins

  • Crypto broker Genesis is said to be in the final stage of its Chapter 11 paperwork
  • The company, which is owned by venture capital firm Digital Currency Group, had been considering filing for some time, as it reportedly owes creditors $3bn 
  • Among those are customers of Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss’s Gemini
  • The statuesque twins – perhaps best known for their protracted legal battle with fellow billionaire Mark Zuckerberg – recorded $900m in losses when FTX fell 
  • Cameron and his brother’s exchange used Genesis as its main lending partner, leaving the brothers – and millions of their customers – the red as a result

By Alex Hammer For Dailymail.Com

Published: 01:32 EST, 19 January 2023 | Updated: 02:53 EST, 19 January 2023

Popular cryptocurrency broker Genesis is expected to file for bankruptcy within days, insiders have revealed.

It would make the firm the latest crypto casualty following the spectacular downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX, where the company held some of its funds.

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