Crypto exchange Coinbase, crypto lender Celsius and stablecoin issuer Baxos are among the crypto companies whose funding is linked to the now-shuttered Signature Bank.
Crypto-friendly Signature Bank was shut down by New York regulators on March 12, along with the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to “protect the US economy.”
Crypto exchange Coinbase tweeted on March 12 that Signature has about $240 million in corporate funds that it expects to recover in full.
Stablecoin issuer and crypto firm Paxos also came forward, tweeting that it has $250 million in the bank, which includes private insurance covering the amount not covered by standard FDIC insurance of $250,000 per depositor.
The Celsius Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, the body representing the interests of account holders at the bankrupt crypto lender Celsius, said Signature Bank “retains some of its funds” but did not disclose the amount.
“All depositors will get full,” it added.
As Signature Bank served many companies in the crypto industry, those companies that had no exposure came forward to allay fears about their respective exposures.
Robbie FergusonCo-founder of Web3 game development site Immutable X and Mitch LiuThe co-founder of media-focused Theta Network Blockchain separately tweeted that the two respective companies had no exposure to Signature.
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Crypto exchange Crypto.com said in a March 12 tweet from CEO Kris Marsalek that it had no money in the bank.
Paolo Arduino, chief technology officer of stablecoin company Tether, similarly tweeted about Tether’s non-disclosure to Signature Bank.
Signature Bank’s mandatory closure announcement coincided with other bank-related announcements from US regulators.
The Federal Reserve has announced that the FDIC has approved action to protect depositors at Silicon Valley Bank, a tech-startup-focused bank that has experienced liquidity problems due to the banking movement spreading contagion to the crypto sector.
The central bank also announced a $25 billion plan to ensure banks have enough liquidity to meet the needs of their customers during turbulent times.