CoinFlex CEO says withdrawals unlikely to resume on Thursday

CoinFlex CEO says withdrawals unlikely to resume on Thursday

CoinFlex CEO Mark Lamb said more time was needed before the exchange can reopen its platform for user withdrawals. Crypto exchange CoinFlex is “unlikely” to resume withdrawals on Thursday, June 30 as it had originally hoped, according to its CEO Mark Lamb, as the company continues to search for buyers of its $47 million bad debt. Speaking to CNBC on Wednesday, Lamb said more time was needed before it could reopen the platform for withdrawals, stating: “We will need more time. And it’s unlikely that withdrawals will be re-enabled tomorrow.” The crypto exchange had been banking on a $47....

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