Wyre removed the 90% discount after receiving financial support from a “strategic partner”.
The cryptocurrency payment company – Wyre – said it received financial support that allowed it to continue its “normal operations”.
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Back to Normal
Wyre said it has received the necessary support of a “strategic partner”, which has enabled the company to raise its 90% termination rate and resume accepting deposits. He said the injection would contribute to the company’s mission to “simplify and transform the global financial system”. Wyre also thanked its customers, partners, and the larger crypto community for their “good faith” as the company followed through on its statement.
“We will continue to operate transparently and with the best interests of our customers and partners in mind. Thank you for trusting us with your business. We will continue to put our customers first as we return to growth,” he concluded. The company imposed some restrictions earlier this week, allowing employees to withdraw more than 90% of their money.
Also, it allowed customers to withdraw a maximum of 5 BTC and 50 ETH per day. Wyre ended its partnership with crypto wallet provider MetaMask earlier this year. The latter warned employees to stay away from his ex-partner. Cryptocurrency banking company – Juno – has also cut ties with Wyre, adding Zeo Hash as a new trustee.
He advised customers to remove their assets and transfer them to a holding wallet or sell their assets for cash because of the “uncertainty” in Wyre. $1.5 billion revenue Bolt Financial – an American fintech startup – bought Wyre for $1.5 billion last year in a deal that did not include a special acquisitions company (SPAC).
“Today, we are making history and joining forces to reinvent the way people interact with business and crypto. Simply put, we want to make every trader have the ability to quickly transact with cryptocurrency, removing long-term barriers,” said Wyre CEO Yanni Giannaros. at the time. Ryan Breslow – Founder of Bolt – said that the acquisition highlights the company’s intention to enter the cryptocurrency industry.