Moolah Publishes Dogecoin Customer Funds Audit Amid USD Deposit Freeze

Moolah Publishes Dogecoin Customer Funds Audit Amid USD Deposit Freeze

Digital currency exchange Prelude, a sub-service of Moolah.io, has released a preliminary audit of its dogecoin balances as part of a larger drive to become more transparent about its finances. The release comes amid ongoing controversy about the status of Moolah's business and requests by site users for more information about its exchange business. The evaluation shows that Prelude had approximately 160m dogecoins (about $72k at press time) on its service, roughly 158m of which are customer funds. The company provided a link to the dogecoin block chain verifying that the funds were under....


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