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Breaking: Coinlist Unable To Withdraw coins; Here’s Why

The top cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform, Coinlist, is unable to withdraw its coins. Recently as per the WuBlockchain tweet some of the Conlist community members reported that the cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform, Coinlist is unable to withdraw its coins. As per Coinlist the official reason is that the custody partner is undergoing maintenance, but it has lasted for more than a week. Notably, Coinlist suffers a $35 million loss as a result of the 3AC crash.

(by Nishant Shukla)


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