DCG Genesis Funds: Gemini cofounder Cameron Winklevoss wrote an open letter to Barry Silbert, CEO of Digital Currency Group (DCG) over the delay in halting user withdrawals. He addressed the issue of 340,000 Earn users who are awaiting resumption of withdrawals. The users put together entrusted more than $900 million of assets, he said. Overall, Winklevoss indicated that Barry Silbert needs to immediately meet the Gemini management to reach a resolution.
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To Put An End To The Crisis
Digital Currency Group (DCG) owes Genesis $1.675 billion, which in turn is owed by Genesis to Earn users and other creditors, Winklevoss added. It is now time for you to take responsibility for this and do the right thing, he said. He also accused Silbert of trying to protect DCG from the problems at Genesis. Winklevoss mentioned in the letter that the Gemini Earn users are tired and in dire situation. In this context, the Gemini cofounder asked Silbert to work together for a solution by January 8, 2023.
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