Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange, has filed a legal complaint against the Digital Currency Group (DCG) over claims of misleading recovery rates. In the filing, Gemini’s lawyers alleged that DCG’s proposed recovery rates are false and have no basis in reality. According to the complaint, Gemini lenders will not receive anything close to the proposed recovery rates under the current agreement in principle. This comes after DCG reached an agreement to buy out $100 million worth of debt owed by the bankrupt cryptocurrency firm BitMEX. This legal complaint highlights the ongoing challenges experienced by the cryptocurrency industry as it struggles to navigate legal and regulatory issues.
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