Oran.G B PTE. LTD. (Orange Block) is the only Token Sale Mandate of BXA.
Currently, there are many scammers out there pretending to be Orange Block or consignment sellers of Orange Block. To prevent further scam/fraud, we are announcing that any vendors other than Orange Block will not be able to sell BXA tokens at any cost. Please refer to the ICO Platform website to check the names and identities of the Orange Block associates
Also, if anyone is planning on making an investment payment to GRIT HOLDINGS or KINGSLEY, please note that it is a 100% scam.
These two companies have nothing to do with BXA Token Sale.
Kingsley is a company in Hong Kong that initially tried to purchase BXA stocks/tokens, but the contract was terminated before any transaction took place. Please note that Kingsley have not purchased any tokens or stocks of BXA.
If you come across anyone that illegally holds a photocopy of the contract and pretends to be Kingsley or pretends to have made a payment to Kingsley, it is a 100% scam.
Please be cautious.
Please contact the only Mandate of BXA, Orange Block to join private sale. Many scammers pretend to be Orange Block, so here we disclose the directors of Orange Block, Rachel Kim and Jake Lee. Please refer the pictures and identities of them to definitely discriminate them from scammers.
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A Plastic Surgeon Buys $352 Million Stake in South Korea Crypto Exchange2018-10-12
A group led by plastic surgeon and startup investor Kim Byung-gun is boosting its bet on Bithumb, one of South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges.
Kim’s BK Global Consortium signed a deal to buy 50 percent plus one share of BTC Holding Co., the largest investor in Bithumb’s operator, for about 400 billion won ($352 million), according to a spokesperson for the trading platform. BK Global Consortium was already the fifth-largest shareholder of BTC Holding.
Kim is increasing his stake after a wild ride for cryptocurrencies over the past two years. South Korea became one of the world’s most active markets for digital assets in 2017 as individual investors across the country piled in, but the speculative frenzy has faded this year as many digital coins lost more than half their value. Korea’s government has banned initial coin offerings and is working on legislation to regulate virtual currency exchanges.
Bithumb, ranked by CoinMarketCap.com as the world’s third-largest crypto exchange by reported trading value, posted 218.6 billion won of operating profit in the first half and 39.3 billion won of net income, according to Vidente Co., which holds an indirect stake in Bithumb’s operator.
The transaction by Kim’s BK Global Consortium will be completed in February, the spokesperson said. Kim made his fortune investing in technology and biotech startups and last year formed a blockchain analysis and crowdfunding company in Singapore, according to a profile by Korea Joongang Daily newspaper.
Source : Bloomberg