When cryptocurrency exchanges fail, a seismic shock shudders through the cryptosphere. With thousands of users, from traders to companies, left out of pocket, litigation is inevitable in a bid to claw back some of the losses. Cryptopia is the latest in a long line of exchanges to face a litany of lawsuits […]Cryptopia Suits Gather Steam as Another Failed Exchange Is Bound for Court — scoreit.online
However, expenses arising from the ongoing liquidation process amount to $3.7 million including distributions to preferential creditors, salaries, legal expenses and liquidators fees. That leaves $7,164,835 in assets that can potentially be refunded to users.Cryptopia’s Liquidator Claws Back $7.2M, But Identifying Crypo Ownership a ‘Mammoth Task’ — scoreit.online
I am one of the many “stakeholders”, who have not been notified by anyone associated by the Cryptopia Exchange.
So this makes me wonder what happens with my 10,000,000 PAC coins that are being held hostage.
No one answers emails or even considers the fact that we stakeholders can control our own holdings much better than anyone else, rather than to have to be subjected Cryptopia.
Yet; i welcome any feedback from the exchange or at the lease the respect get the word out there to it’s stakeholders.
Contact info: email@example.com