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Celsius Network

Founded Year



Loan | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$5M | 5 mos ago

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About Celsius Network

Celsius Network operates a cryptocurrency lending platform. Its platform allows consumers to earn interest on their crypto assets, and borrow against them, without fees. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Headquarters Location

121 River Street PH05

Hoboken, New Jersey, 07030,

United States


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Latest Celsius Network News

Galaxy to Acquire GK8

Dec 5, 2022

(TSX: GLXY), a financial services and investment management innovator in the digital asset, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology sectors, today announced it intends to acquire GK8, a secure institutional digital asset self-custody platform. The acquisition will be the result of a sale process executed in connection with Celsius Network LLC’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is subject to court approvals and other closing conditions. GK8 is a leading technology provider for institutions looking to custody their digital assets with the highest possible security, using patented technology to safely store cryptocurrencies and execute blockchain transactions without connecting to the internet. Galaxy intends to support GK8’s ongoing operations in offering unique self-custody technology to the world’s leading financial services firms, as well as utilize GK8’s custody solution in the ongoing development of GalaxyOne. As  previously announced , GalaxyOne is a new prime offering for institutional investors that will combine trading, lending, cross-portfolio margining, and derivatives with the Company’s market-tested risk-management processes, supported by a range of custodial options, which will include those from GK8. “The acquisition of GK8 is a crucial cornerstone in our effort to create a truly full-service financial platform for digital assets, ensuring our clients will have the option to store their digital assets at or separate from Galaxy without compromising versatility and functionality,” said Mike Novogratz, Founder and CEO of Galaxy. “Adding GK8 to our prime offering at this pivotal moment for our industry also highlights our continued willingness to take advantage of strategic opportunities to grow Galaxy in a sustainable manner.” The transaction will accelerate Galaxy’s product innovation and development by adding a team of nearly 40 people, including cryptographers and blockchain engineers. The deal will also expand Galaxy’s geographic reach with the addition of an office in Tel Aviv. GK8 founders CEO Lior Lamesh and CTO Shahar Shamai will stay on to lead Galaxy’s new custodial technologies business. In addition to providing self-custody solutions to GalaxyOne and institutional investors, GK8 will also continue to directly support financial institutions’ efforts to safeguard their clients’ digital assets, including banks, trust companies, broker-dealers, and retail platforms. Backing up its secure custody solutions, GK8  recently announced a partnership  with USI Insurance Services to offer institutional clients access to up to $1 billion of insurance coverage for digital assets custodied on the platform. “We’ve vigorously worked to become the most secure platform of choice for financial institutions participating in the digital asset ecosystem,” said Lamesh. “We are excited by the prospect of joining one of the leading providers of financial and digital asset services to institutions who truly understand the impact of GK8’s custody technology on the future of blockchain. With the backing of Galaxy, we aim to introduce new and exciting offerings to the industry that showcase a combination of Galaxy’s best-in-class services and GK8’s cryptography, security, and unparalleled R&D skills.” About Galaxy Galaxy (TSX: GLXY) is a digital asset and blockchain leader providing institutions, startups, and qualified individuals access to the crypto economy. Our full suite of financial services is custom-made for a digitally native ecosystem, spanning multiple synergistic business lines: Trading, Asset Management, Investment Banking, Mining, and Ventures. Galaxy’s CEO and Founder Michael Novogratz leads a team of crypto enthusiasts and institutional veterans working together on a mission to engineer a new economic paradigm. The Company is headquartered in New York City, with offices in Chicago, New Jersey, London, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and the Cayman Islands (reg. office). Additional information about Galaxy’s businesses and products is available on . About GK8 GK8 offers both traditional and crypto-native institutions an end-to-end platform for managing blockchain-based assets. The Company developed the world’s first true Cold Vault that enables its clients to create, sign, and send secure blockchain transactions without internet connectivity, eliminating all cyber attack vectors paired with a patented MPC for automatic transactions. The platform facilitates custody, staking, DeFi, NFT support, tokenization, trading and more. Chosen by Mastercard to help it define the future of blockchain finance and payments, GK8 serves clients managing billions worth of digital assets, including social investing network eToro, Securrency, a blockchain fintech company backed by State Street, U.S. Bank, WisdomTree, and Abu Dhabi Catalyst Partners, Tezos Foundation, and Prosegur, one of the world’s largest custodians with more than $400B assets under management. In 2022, Forbes added GK8’s co-founders Lior Lamesh and Shahar Shamai to its list of 30 Under 30. For more information, visit

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Celsius Network Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Celsius Network founded?

    Celsius Network was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Celsius Network's headquarters?

    Celsius Network's headquarters is located at 121 River Street, Hoboken.

  • What is Celsius Network's latest funding round?

    Celsius Network's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Celsius Network raise?

    Celsius Network raised a total of $783.8M.

  • Who are the investors of Celsius Network?

    Investors of Celsius Network include Zipmex, Tokentus, Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, WestCap Group, BnkToTheFuture and 3 more.

  • Who are Celsius Network's competitors?

    Competitors of Celsius Network include BlockFi, Compound, Ledn, Abra, Tesseract and 8 more.

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