Krisztian Sandor

Krisztian  Sandor

Krisztian Sandor recently graduated from NYU's business and economic reporter program as a Fulbright fellow and worked with Reuters and Forbes previously. Originally from Budapest, Hungary, he is now based in New York. He holds BTC and ETH.

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Consensus 2019 Alex Mashinsky founder and CEO Celsius Network (CoinDesk)
Celsius Pays Off Aave Loan, Moves $418M 'stETH' Stack to Unknown Wallet
The liquidity-stricken crypto lender fully paid off its debt to the decentralized finance protocol, freeing $26 million in tokens as part of its latest debt restructuring mane...
Consensus 2019 Alex Mashinsky founder and CEO Celsius Network (CoinDesk)
Alex Mashinsky, founder and CEO of Celsius Network, at Consensus 2019 (CoinDesk)
Celsius Reclaims $410M of 'stETH' Tokens After Paying Down $81M Debt to Aave
The embattled crypto lender Celsius is inching closer to fully paying off its loans from decentralized finance protocols, reducing its outstanding debt to $59 million.
Alex Mashinsky, founder and CEO of Celsius Network, at Consensus 2019 (CoinDesk)
Alex Mashinsky, founder and CEO of Celsius Network, at Consensus 2019 in New York (CoinDesk)
Celsius Reclaims $172M Collateral From Aave, Compound
The liquidity-strapped crypto lender has paid down $95 million in debt from the two DeFi platforms since Friday.
Alex Mashinsky, founder and CEO of Celsius Network, at Consensus 2019 in New York (CoinDesk)
Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
Celsius Pivots Toward Paying Off Aave, Compound Debt, With $950M Collateral as Prize
The troubled crypto lender Celsius started to make good on the $258 million debt on the decentralized lending protocols Aave and Compound – possibly in an attempt to reclaim c...
Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
The Celsius booth at Bitcoin Miami 2022 (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)
Celsius Sends $500M of Bitcoin Derivative to Crypto Exchange After Debt Payoff
The move comes just after the crypto lender reclaimed $450 million of collateral in WBTC, closing its loan from DeFi lending protocol Maker, blockchain data shows.
The Celsius booth at Bitcoin Miami 2022 (Danny Nelson/CoinDesk)
Celsius Network CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
Celsius Network Pays Off Maker Loan, Freeing Up $440M of Collateral
The troubled crypto lender paid down the remaining $41 million of its debt on the DeFi platform.
Celsius Network CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
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Shiba Inu Plans to Launch Stablecoin, Reward Token, Collectible Card Game
SHIB prices hardly budged on the news but gas token BONE and ecosystem token LEASH rallied.
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Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
Celsius Repays $183M on DeFi Protocol Maker, Gets Back Collateral, Blockchain Data Shows
The troubled crypto lender paid down $183 million of its debt to the decentralized lending protocol Maker, blockchain data shows, possibly in a bid to recover bitcoin-linked c...
Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky (CoinDesk archives)
After Terra's implosion, the revival plan included launching a new LUNA token and renaming the old one to LUNA Classic. (Unsplash)
Luna (LUNA) vs. Luna Classic (LUNC): What Is the Difference?
After the implosion of the Terra network and its tokens, the community approved a plan to relaunch the project, leaving many confused about the new names. Here’s a guide to th...
After Terra's implosion, the revival plan included launching a new LUNA token and renaming the old one to LUNA Classic. (Unsplash)
There's lots of finger-pointing going on as the crypto-market slump inflicts pain on the once-exuberant industry. (Creative Commons)
Market Wrap: Finger-Pointing and Job Cuts as Bitcoin Slides Back Toward $20K
Bitcoin's price fell for a third straight day, and a rally in Chainlink's LINK token faded – as crypto industry recriminations kept coming and stocks slumped.
There's lots of finger-pointing going on as the crypto-market slump inflicts pain on the once-exuberant industry. (Creative Commons)