A new tool enables us to analyze how much the C member states lost after the C burst.
Investors and traders are very happy about the latest invention of the tool. Twitter users such as Stephen Cole are grateful for this discovery. A tweeter wrote "The Noble Molly" and displayed it on the front page of the tool.
On July 13, 2022, Celsius announced that it had applied to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for bankruptcy maintenance after experiencing long-term turmoil. The executives explained that the company had made the right determination at the right time.
Recently, the company released a document of nearly 14532 pages, publishing the details of all transactions that occurred on the software. This statistic shows the reckless personal behavior of some executives in this company, mainly including former CEO Alex Mashinsky and former CSO Daniel Leon, who acquired a large number of digital currencies.
In addition, the newly added tool now allows owners to query the loss details after the company applies for bankruptcy maintenance.
Interestingly, the retrieval board of the tool allows customers to know whether someone has entered the "ranking list" of major losers. In fact, only a few people who have lost a lot, basically more than $12 million, can enter the top ten list.
The announcement of details made Twitter users feel anxious, because we realized that many traders lost huge amounts of property.
In particular, the tool depends on the customer information indicated by the blockchain technology, including customer name, data encryption wallet ID, order details and other details.