Blockport Shuts Down in Netherlands, Vows to Return

Due to lack of operating capital, Blockport exchange has been been forced to close but it’s vowed to return. On the 21st of May 2019, The Blockport BV was declared bankrupt in a court in Amsterdam. The platform ceased services at the end of May.

According to the post of Sebastiaan Lichter a co-founder and chief product officer, that following the exchange’s failed security token offering – which had a €1 million ($1.12 million) soft cap – “we have decided to drastically scale down our operations and development.”

Lichter wrote:

“Running our operations and platform as-is without a substantial investment is currently not an economically viable and responsible option.”

As the exchange currently cannot generate sufficient revenues, he said the focus is now on “expanding the platform with unique and value-adding technological features, that strengthen our business case for a potential future restart.”

He continued:

“We still see a lot of opportunities in this industry and have built a top performing trading platform that many people love to use and which has had almost zero downtime or issues since we launched it in the summer of 2018.”

Customers were given prior warning to withdraw any remaining funds, and according to the post, can still withdraw by emailing support.

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