Perlman took up his role at Binance last year and is front and center in its attempts to negotiate numerous government investigations.
Crypto lender Genesis is hitting Gemini with more litigation, claiming the exchange received advantages over other creditors.
According to the New York Attorney General’s complaint, Silbert lied to Gemini Earn stakeholders about the finances of its partner, Genesis.
According to two sources, the Winklevoss twins withdrew the $280M from Genesis to allow Gemini Earn users to make immediate redemptions.
Cameron Winklevoss has followed through on his promise to file a lawsuit against DCG, after its chief Barry Silbert failed to meet demands.
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