Is Butterfly Labs Liquidating Its Assets?

Is Butterfly Labs Liquidating Its Assets?

Early in January 2015, CCN carried the decision of a Kansas judge who allowed Butterfly Labs to resume operations so that it could refund all its customers for not delivering their machines, or for delivering machines that had already been premined. It appears that Butterfly Labs' problems may not be over just yet. A series of posts (which can be seen here, here, here and here) on Craigslist would seem to indicate that Butterfly Labs is selling their assets in what appears to be a fire sale. There is a reason to believe that all of the items on the Craigslist posts come from the....


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