The Crypto Exchange, a company that offers crypto mining hardware to cryptocurrency users, is under fire from two prominent members of the cryptocurrency community.
One of the group is a former moderator at the Cryptocurrency News Network, a publication that regularly publishes stories on the crypto space, which is often critical of the bitcoin and altcoin communities.
One prominent crypto-industry blogger, Alexey Gennadykin, also claims he is the founder of Crypto Exchange.
Crypto Exchange is the first cryptocurrency exchange to be listed on a Canadian exchange.
It offers mining hardware and other services to cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
The company is currently operating under a “virtual holding company” structure, meaning it doesn’t have a real entity to track its business operations.
In response to the allegations, Crypto Exchange CEO John O’Brien said in a statement: Crypto Exchange operates under a holding company structure that ensures the safety of its customers and staff.
This structure ensures that all customers receive the highest level of service.
The Cryptocompare article, published by The Globe and Mail, claims that Crypto Exchange has “invested $6 million in the company, and has already invested more than $3 million.”
In fact, the company has already spent $3.3 million on new equipment, including new mining equipment, and new hardware for the company’s new software suite.
According to the article, Crypto Exports’ shares have jumped from $1.12 to $2.10 in the last 24 hours.
But the company claims to have invested $5.4 million in its operations.
The article notes that a lot of these investments were made before Crypto Exchange went public.
O’Briens’ statements are contradictory, as he also claims to be the CEO of Crypto Exchanges new software development company, which, he says, has already delivered a “massive” software upgrade.
But it doesn?t seem to be accurate.
A spokesperson for Crypto Exchange told the Globe and Post that they are “currently in negotiations with an outside firm to take the company public,” and the company is in the process of “filing a prospectus for its public offering.”
O’Connor said he would “take the opportunity to address any questions you may have about the company” and “continue to do so.”
The Globe reports that Crypto Exporters stock has dropped about 6.5% since the publication of the article.
OBrien is also facing a number of allegations in a Canadian court case filed in June 2018.
He was accused of fraudulently obtaining a Canadian license to operate a cryptocurrency mining farm.
Brien, who is also the founder and CEO of the mining company Bitpanda, was the one to license the license.
He is also accused of violating the terms of the license and also breaching the terms by selling his shares in the mining business.
OConnor said in his statement: The Canadian securities regulatory authorities have initiated an investigation into this matter, and I have the authority to defend myself.
I have been a licensed mining engineer for 20 years and have been involved in mining for years in Canada.
The statement also notes that the allegations are against “a former employee” of CryptoExports.
The Canadian Securities Commission (CSX) said in September 2018 that it was launching an investigation, but that it has not yet received a formal complaint.