A group of BlockFi creditors have filed a lawsuit against the crypto lender, alleging that poor management led to the company’s recent crisis.

The lawsuit, which was filed in New York State Supreme Court, alleges that BlockFi’s management team made a number of reckless decisions that put the company at risk. These decisions included taking on too much risk, investing in risky assets, and failing to properly manage its finances.

As a result of these decisions, BlockFi was forced to take on a $680 million loan from FTX, a leading cryptocurrency exchange. The loan was a lifeline for BlockFi, but it also came with a number of strings attached. For example, FTX now has the right to acquire BlockFi for as little as $240 million.

The creditors who filed the lawsuit are seeking damages from BlockFi. They are also seeking to prevent FTX from acquiring BlockFi.

The lawsuit is the latest development in BlockFi’s ongoing crisis. The company has been under fire from regulators and investors in recent months. In addition to the FTX loan, BlockFi has also been forced to lay off employees and reduce its lending operations.

It remains to be seen how the lawsuit will play out. However, it is clear that BlockFi is facing a number of challenges. The company will need to find a way to regain the trust of its creditors and investors if it wants to survive.