Wednesday, September 27, 2023 denies liquidity problems after Multichain CEO goes missing

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Centralized crypto change denied rumors of illiquidity on Could 31, stating that “there are not any points with our operations or withdrawals as rumored.” The assertion comes after quite a few Twitter channels had alleged that the change was experiencing insolvency as a consequence of an alleged connection between it and the cross-chain router protocol Multichain (MULTI).

The staff mentioned the corporate’s “operations are operating wholesome” and that it’s centered on establishing an affiliated trading platform in Hong Kong referred to as Gate.HK.

Rumors about’s insolvency erupted after a collection of occasions referring to Multichain. On Could 24, blockchain analytics agency Arkham Intelligence posted information displaying massive inflows of MULTI to, which Arkham mentioned was associated to rumors of the protocol’s staff “allegedly being arrested in Shanghai.”

On Could 25, Binance suspended deposits for a number of bridged tokens that relied on the Multichain protocol, together with bridged variations of Polkastarter (POLS), Alpaca Finance (ALPACA), and Fantom (FTM). Binance mentioned these tokens had been experiencing delayed transactions and quickly paused deposits whereas in search of readability from Multichain.

On Could 31, Multichain posted a press release that its CEO was missing, including that a few of the protocol’s routers now not work as a result of solely the CEO had entry to the related servers. The identical day, some Twitter customers started posting photos of transactions that had been allegedly massive deposits of FTM from Multichain staff members to

Blockchain information confirms that greater than $10 million of FTM was transferred from an unknown person to on Could 25-26. Cointelegraph was not in a position to decide the identification of the account proprietor performing the transaction.

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After seeing a number of deposits of MULTI and Fantom to, some Twitter customers suspected that the change was uncovered to fallout from Multichain.

The staff at has denied these rumors, stating that the change is processing all withdrawals and working usually.