DCG Dismisses Gemini Lawsuit As “Publicity Stunt” By Winklevoss

Digital Currency Group responded to the lawsuit filed by Gemini alleging it defrauded its creditors by calling it a “publicity stunt” by Cameron Winklevoss.

Gemini revealed yesterday that it has filed a lawsuit against DCG and its CEO Barry Silbert for orchestrating and directly perpetrating a fraud against creditors.

Gemini claimed that the DCG CEO pushed to continue the Earn program despite being fully aware of Genesis’ insolvency.

Cameron Winklevoss alleged that Barry Silbert and DCG executives lied again and again to conceal the truth from Gemini and other creditors.

DCG’s subsidiary Genesis owes nearly $1 billion to Gemini’s Earn program users and other creditors.

DCG Calls Gemini Lawsuit Baseless and Defamatory

DCG issued a statement last night saying that the latest lawsuit is yet another publicity stunt from Cameron Winklevoss to deflect blame and responsibility from himself and Gemini.

Barry Silbert led conglomerate said that any suggestion of wrongdoing by the company or its employees is baseless, defamatory and completely false.

As per the statement, DCG leaders have been engaged in active negotiations with the representatives of the Official Unsecured Creditors Committee of and Ad Hoc committee to reach a deal.

It further blamed Gemini’s leadership of MIA (missing in action) and issuing press statements while DCG leaders have been working around the clock to reach a deal.

DCG’s statement claims that neither of the Winklevoss twins was involved in any of the in-person meetings. The statement concluded:

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