European cryptocurrency exchange Yacuna has announced it will close next month.
The firm shared the news with customers via email this afternoon, asking them to withdraw any remaining funds before 15th November.
Its email – from email@example.com – read:
The company said it will manually batch and process customer withdrawals. "Please understand that this process may take some time until completed," it added.
Executive director and chief compliance officer Mark Caruso told CoinDesk:
"We hope that you will continue to be an integral part of the bitcoin community and support us in our future projects," it reads.
Additionally, GBP and EUR trades are still dwarfed by those in CNY. According to data from Bitcoinity, yesterday the currency accounted for 84% of all daily trading volume, while trades in GBP and EUR came to less than 3%.
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