In line with a recent ‘reporting‘ by “Financial Magnates”, United States renowned crypto exchange ‘Kraken’ is considering a private offering to Capitalist investors after its $4 Bln valuation.
Kraken, that is presently in the hot topics of a lawsuit over its support of the hard forks of altcoin Bitcoin Cash [BCH], has reportedly valued its shares at $4 Bln.
As per Finance Magnates, executives are currently providing selected major shoppers to whom the e-mail was sent an opportunity to amass additional equity, subject to a minimum investment of $100,000 USD.
The e-mail further adds:
“The transaction process would be carried by a third party service provider, who will run licensed investors checks, facilitating the execution of transaction documents, and also the funding of your investment.”
Those concerned have till 16th Dec. time to signal their interest, and would undergo vetting for eligibility before collaborating, Finance Magnates ‘stated‘.
Kraken had not yet responded for their respective offerings, till at the time of reporting.
Last month, fellow exchange Coinbase informally ruled-out holding an IPO [Initial Public Offering] after it was valued at $8 Bln.
Kraken has entreat to upend current regulative demands within the U.S. in recent months, being one of the 4 exchanges to reject asking for data from the NY [New York] authorities in Sep as a part of their crypto exchange inquiry.
The current ongoing Bitcoin Cash [BCH] ‘lawsuit case‘ focuses on alleged collusion to the control of the altcoin and “centralize its network” following the contentious ‘hard fork‘ on 15th Nov. this year.
The fallout from the event ‘continues‘, with rival factions blaming on one another for several issues. Bitcoin.com chief executive officer ‘Roger Ver’ along with Bitmain’s co-founder ‘Jihan Wu’ are named within the ongoing lawsuit.