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Gemini’s $1.1B Payout Amid Crypto Crash

Gemini’s $1.1B Payout Amid Crypto Crash

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Gemini will return at least $1.1 billion to Earn program customers as a settlement. The New York Department of Financial Services fines Gemini $37 million for regulatory violations. Gemini contributed $40 million to aid in Genesis’ bankruptcy resolution, promising over $1.8 billion in value returns.

In November 2022, the cryptocurrency market experienced a significant crash, impacting many investors and companies. Among the affected was Gemini’s Earn program, a collaborative effort with crypto lender Genesis Global Capital, which suddenly ceased operations. This halt prevented customers from accessing their funds, sparking litigations involving Gemini, Genesis, and Digital Currency Group (DCG), Genesis’s parent company. This situation underscored cryptocurrency investments’ volatile nature and the need for stringent regulatory oversight.

Gemini Settles for $1.1B Return, $37M Fine with NYDFS

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has announced a pivotal settlement with Gemini, marking a significant step towards resolving the aftermath of the Earn program’s discontinuation. As part of the agreement, Gemini will return at least $1.1 billion to its customers and pay a $37 million fine for engaging in practices deemed unsafe and unsound by the regulator. This settlement emphasizes the importance of consumer protection within the cryptocurrency sector and sets a precedent for how similar disputes may be resolved in the future. Moreover, NYDFS retains the right to initiate further action against Gemini should the company fail to fulfil its obligations post-Genesis’ bankruptcy resolution.

Gemini’s $40M Aid in Genesis Bankruptcy

Gemini has shown a remarkable commitment to its customers. Specifically, it has pledged a $40 million contribution. This contribution targets the resolution of Genesis’ bankruptcy proceedings. Importantly, the move is designed to aid Earn customers. It ensures they can regain access to their assets. Additionally, Gemini has adopted a proactive approach. This approach is detailed in their blog post. It underscores the company’s efforts over the last 15 months. During this time, they have advocated for Earn users. They have also worked tirelessly to secure the return of their assets. Impressively, they expect to return over $1.8 billion in value at current prices. This figure is $700 million more than at the time of the withdrawal halt. Clearly, Gemini’s actions demonstrate a significant effort to solve its customers’ problems.

Meanwhile, the cryptocurrency market continues to be fraught with risks and uncertainties. However, the settlement between Gemini and NYDFS marks a crucial development. It is a significant step forward in enhancing investor protection and regulatory compliance. As the industry evolves, these measures become increasingly important. They are essential for fostering trust. Additionally, they contribute to stability within the digital asset space.

The post Gemini’s $1.1B Payout Amid Crypto Crash appeared first on FinanceBrokerage.

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