Bittrex Global announced in a post on X that it’s winding down its global operations, just months after it shuttered its US arm following a lawsuit by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
In a post on X, Bittrex Global said that it would shutter all trading activity on Dec. 4.
“After that date, customers will only be able to withdraw assets as part of the winding down process,” the company said.
Additionally, the exchange will not pay out in US dollars. Instead, it instructed customers to convert to either crypto or euros prior to withdrawing.
A post on the company’s website warned customers not to make a deposit because customer “funds may be permanently lost as a…
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