Cryptocurrency miner Core Scientific was sued on Monday for allegedly misleading investors by hiding negative financial situations during presentations to investors this year. According to Mei Pang, the plaintiff and a shareholder, the business misled investors intentionally,
Culper Research, an investigating firm, reported that Core “overstated its profitability.” The company’s shares dropped by 9.4% percent on the day the news was released. More details came up throughout the year. This includes a disagreement with the crypto lender Celsius that also led to a lawsuit on September 28.
Celsius accused Core of not supplying mining rigs with enough power and of delaying deploying machines given by Celsius. Celsius also alleged that Core unfairly assessed a surcharge on it to get away from responsibility in the face of rising energy prices and dropping crypto prices.
Core announced on October 27 that they found something amiss, stating that considering the uncertainty clouding the financial condition of the company, substantial doubt exists about its ability to continue as a growing concern.