Cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform CoinList can’t fully resume withdrawals for its clients for a week now, citing maintenance at custody partner.
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The company wrote in a tweet that the update on the custody partner’s side is taking “longer than expected.”
Our custody partner is undergoing maintenance that is taking longer than expected. During this time period deposits and withdrawals for FLOW, MINA and CFG are unavailable.
Rest assured your funds are safe. Thank you for your patience!
— CoinList Support (@CoinListSupport) November 23, 2022
It is unclear for how long this process will last, but CoinList noted that during this time period deposits and withdrawals for FLOW, MINA and CFG will be unavailable.
“Rest assured your funds are safe,” the firm added.
CoinList’s custody partners include Anchorage, BitGo, Gemini Custody and Silvergate Bank, but it’s unclear which counter-party is undergoing the maintenance. According to reports, CoinList suffered a $35 million loss in the Three Arrow Capital crash.
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