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Latest SPAC News: GloriFi to shut down, BM Technologies’ acquisition of Seattle community bank pushed to 2023, and Core Scientific loses $1.7 billion
Texas-based fintech firm GloriFi to shut down
Texas-based fintech firm GloriFi is shutting down and laid off most of its employees, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The company’s decision comes after it failed to secure funding needed to carry its operations through the first quarter, the report said, citing an email from GloriFi’s chief marketing and communications officer Cathy Landtroop to employees.
In July, the company had agreed to go public in the United States by merging with special purpose acquisition company DHC Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:DHCA), in a deal that valued the fintech at $1.7 billion.READ
BM Technologies’ acquisition of Seattle community bank pushed to 2023
BM Technologies’ (NYSE:BMTX) said its planned $23 million acquisition of a Seattle-based community business bank has been pushed to 2023, following a decision to resubmit its merger application in order to answer questions from regulators regarding the tie-up.
BM Technologies was incubated by Wyomissing, Pennsylvania-based Customers Bank for five years before it was acquired for $140 million by special-purpose acquisition company Megalith Financial Acquisition Corp. in January 2021.READ
Bitcoin Miner Core Scientific Has Lost $1.7 Billion This Year
Core Scientific Inc. (NASDAQ:CORZW), the largest US publicly-traded Bitcoin mining company in terms of computing power which merged with Power & Digital Infrastructure Acquisition Corp. in January, said its loss for the first nine months of the year climbed to over $1.7 billion.
The Austin, Texas-based company is among the hardest hit miners with low Bitcoin prices depressing mining revenue to a record low. Soaring energy costs and more competition among miners have plummeted profit margins. Core Scientific first warned in October that it may have to file for bankruptcy if the company can’t find more funding to repay its debt that amounts to over $1 billion. It had a third-quarter loss of $434 million.READ
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PMV Consumer (OTC PINK:PMVC) announced that it is redeeming all non-insider public shares for approximately $10.09 per share, but it will not be dissolving just yet. The SPAC is set to provide written redemption notices to each shareholder and trust proceeds are to be distributed within 30 days of these notices. PMV Consumer will then...
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Digital World (NASDAQ:DWAC) announced late Wednesday that its shareholders have approved amending its charter to allow for automatic three-month extensions of its transaction deadline until September 8, 2023. This brings to close a long drama during which Digital World adjourned the vote without concluding business six times at different meetings in September, October and November....