Bitcoin and Altcoin Payment Processor Moolah Emergency Migrates to V2 Platform

Bitcoin and Altcoin Payment Processor Moolah Emergency Migrates to V2 Platform

Due to a few platform instabilities with their V1 platform, Moolah.io has announced that they will be performing an unplanned emergency platform migration to their V2 platform. Alex Green, CEO of Moolah, made the announcement on Dogecoin's subreddit informing customers of the migration in advance. CCN. For the past few days, Green has been tweeting to his followers urging them to move themselves from the V1 platform to the new one, warning of various problems V1 has been experiencing. But as the company was trying to hold off for as long as they could, the decision to migrate had to come....


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