Bitcoin miner Greenidge signs $74M debt restructuring agreement with NYDIG

According to a new filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Dec. 20, Bitcoin (BTC) miner Greenidge stated that it reached an agreement with its creditor, fintech firm NYDIG, to restructure approximately $74 million worth of debt. The deal, in the form of a non-binding term sheet, would result in a major change to Greenidge’s current business strategy. Essentially, it would transform Greenidge from self-mining to hosting for NYDIG’s mining rigs.  Under the conditions, NYDIG would purchase miners with approximately 2.8 exahash per second (EH/s) of mining capacity…

Former FTX CEO’s Alleged $40M Penthouse Listed for Sale, Report Says Firm Spent $74M on Real Estate – Bitcoin News

In light of a recently published real estate listing, former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) is reportedly selling a 12,000-square-foot penthouse in the Bahamas for $39.9 million. Moreover, reports further detail that FTX Property Holdings spent roughly $74 million on real estate purchases in the surrounding Albany Bahamas oceanside district. Bahama Mansion Called the ‘Orchid Building’ Listed for Close to $40 Million This past weekend, the web portal seasidebahamas.com published a real estate listing that’s reportedly tied to the former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF). The property dubbed the “Orchid…

Investors Add $74M to Crypto-Focused Valkyrie Trusts

“Tron has gained significant traction because the Tron network continues to see continued transaction growth, including for stablecoins, and investors familiar with the Asia-Pacific region have started taking notice,” a Valkyrie spokesperson told CoinDesk in an email. “Avalanche is also seeing increased adoption at a substantial rate, including earlier this week when KKR announced a deal with Securitize to tokenize a piece of a private equity fund on the Avalanche blockchain.” Source

Uniswap Foundation proposal gets mixed reaction over $74M price tag

The Uniswap Labs community has already begun mulling over a new proposal that would form a Uniswap Foundation based in the United States (U.S.), but first, it’s going to cost $74 million. The proposal has garnered mixed feedback from the community so far, with many praising the foundation’s plans to support and expand the Uniswap ecosystem, while others have balked at its hefty price tag. The Aug. 5 proposal was put forth by Uniswap Labs’ former Chief of Staff Devin Walsh and Uniswap Grant Program lead Kenneth Ng, noting the…