Taiwan’s three largest cryptocurrency exchanges have said their operations were unaffected by the fallout of FTX and will release proof of assets as soon as possible.
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- Taiwan-based exchanges MaiCoin, BitoEX and ACE said in a joint statement on Friday that they will soon present proof of assets verified by third-party institutions, and will help to arrange meetings of affected FTX users in Taiwan to discuss how to best proceed.
- MaiCoin said on Nov. 10 that it had about US$260,546 worth of exposure at FTX.com, but that it would not affect MaiCoin’s operation.
- BitoEX said on Nov. 10 that it had pulled back its funds on FTX, while ACE said its operations remained unaffected.
- Crypto exchange FTX.com last week filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S., sending shockwaves throughout the industry.
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