Finblox Imposes $1.5K Monthly Withdrawal Limit Amid Three Arrows Capital Uncertainty

Finblox said it intends to evaluate the impact of Three Arrow Capital on liquidity.

AccessTimeIconJun 16, 2022 at 3:22 p.m. UTC
Updated May 11, 2023 at 6:48 p.m. UTC

Crypto staking and yield generation platform Finblox has imposed a $1,500 monthly withdrawal limit and paused rewards in light of uncertainty surrounding crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital, which made a $3.6 million investment in the Hong Kong-based platform last December.

  • According to a statement shared on Twitter, Finblox has made the changes as it evaluates the impact of Three Arrow Capital's reported issues.
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    • It was reported on Wednesday that Three Arrows Capital is facing possible insolvency after incurring at least $400 million in liquidations.
    • "We have been cooperating with over eight partners and protocols, including Three Arrows Capital, to generate yields and spread the risk as evenly as possible," the Finblox statement read.
    • "Finblox will do everything in its power to protect users' funds and reinstate our services in full," it added.
    • The Finblox website states that it offers "peace of mind with $45M insurance on assets."
    • Rival interest-earning platform Celsius recently paused withdrawals, citing extreme market conditions.

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