Nov 12 2020

Bad Loans, Bad Bets, Bad Blood: How Crypto Lender Cred Really Went Bankrupt

published by Nathan DiCamillo
in blog CoinDesk
original entryBad Loans, Bad Bets, Bad Blood: How Crypto Lender Cred Really Went Bankrupt

bankruptcy business cred crypto lending news

Cred’s bankruptcy filing mainly blames fraud by an outside party. The full picture painted by former employees is more complex, and highlights the risks of the budding crypto lending market.

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