La plataforma de préstamos cripto CoinLoan limita retiros de dinero

La medida se levantará si las condiciones del mercado lo permiten, dijo la plataforma de préstamos.

AccessTimeIconJul 5, 2022 at 6:14 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:50 a.m. UTC
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La compañía de préstamos cripto basada en Estonia CoinLoan limitará los retiros a $5000 por 24 horas para evitar una corrida de sus fondos, según un anuncio publicado en el blog de la compañía el lunes. La política entró en vigencia de manera inmediata.

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  • El anuncio explica que CoinLoan es posiblemente la única compañía que no fue afectada por el colapso del ecosistema Terra y del fondo de inversión cripto Three Arrows Capital, entre otros. Sin embargo, la compañía se suma a un grupo de otros prestamistas como BlockFi y Vauld en congelar o limitar transacciones entre usuarios y retiros de fondos.

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    CoinLoan describe los nuevos límites como “provisionales”, y dice que espera levantarlos si las condiciones de mercado lo permiten.

    Este artículo fue traducido por Marina Lammertyn.

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