logo

Bitcoin Co exchange shuts down in Thailand on September 6

Bitcoin Co exchange shuts down in Thailand on September 6

In a shocking latest Bitcoin Co exchange shuts down in Thailand on the 6th of September 2019. One of the major cryptocurrency exchanges in the country suddenly decides to quit on prospects that the future favors- considering the demand for cryptocurrency exchanges.

It comes as a shocker to the country as to why Bitcoin Co. Ltd. made this move. The higherups at the exchange have not given any reason for their action. Other business prospects must be on their mind, analysts suspect.

The exchange announced on its website about the step it plans to take. According to the statement, 30 September 2019 is the date marked by the employees when they finally stop trading in crypto- terminating all trading activities.

What to do before Bitcoin Co exchange shuts down in Thailand?

Consumers are urged to withdraw their assets from the exchange prior to 1st November 2019. This because that marks the end of the Security and Exchanges Commission (SEC) issued a Digital Asset Exchange license under which the company was allowed to trade. Deposit requests made after 6th September 2019 will not be entertained by the company, the notice reads.

Bitcoin Co notifies that any outstanding balance inquiries can be made after 1st November 2019. The company is more than pleased to help consumers with their financial matters in any way possible up till 6th September 2019.

The trading volume for the exchange that has been running for the past five (5) years in Thailand and has worked long enough to be recognized as one of the largest exchanges in the country, is over ten million dollars ($10 M) for a twenty-four (24) hour time frame.

What of the future?

The lack of a reason to shut down has been addressed in the form of a message by the company stating that the company’s funds are completely safe and the company guarantees one hundred (100%) return of funds to the consumers.

Thailand isn’t like other Asian countries, where crypto-regulations make it difficult for the exchanges to operate. The regulatory environment is quite hospitable due to the regulators granting Bitcoin exchange licenses and issuing and trading of tokenized securities which are quite difficult to acquire in countries like India and Korea.

Ahmad Asghar

Ahmad Asghar

A first generation gamer at heart and tech buff by nature, have been involved in the tech sector for better part of a decade. With that insight and knowledge, he now covers blockchain, cryptocurrency and everything fintech so others can make sense of the industry.

Related News

Hot Stories

Bitcoin sells at a 60% premium in Nigeria as the government shifts to a cashless policy
China's step towards cryptocurrency regulations
ChainLink price analysis: LINK bearish at $7
The Winning Trio for 2023: Flow (FLOW), EOS (EOS), Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)
Porter Stansberry's New Documentary Explains How Two Men Changed the US Economy

Follow Us

Industry News

Bitcoin sells at a 60% premium in Nigeria as the government shifts to a cashless policy
China's step towards cryptocurrency regulations
Read why Floki Inu supply is set to decrease by 4.2 trillion FLOKI tokens
Chinese central bank former exec explains why China is wary of crypto
Binance burns 16m worth of BNB tokens; transitions from the ERC20 version of BNB to BEP2

Add Your Heading Text Here