German Crypto Exchange Nuri files for Insolvency in Berlin

German Crypto Exchange Nuri files for Insolvency in Berlin

The German crypto exchange Nuri GmbH has filed for insolvency with a Berlin court. During the crypto market downfall, this is the latest in a string of failures to hit the sector. The Germany-based Nuri founded in 2015, said that the sell-off in the crypto market coupled with the bankruptcy of Celsius Network forced it to take this step. 

Moreover, the company also said the reason for this move includes the after effect of Corona pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine war, the implosion of the Luna token of Terra protocol, and other major crypto funds that led to the crypto bear market. 

This step is aimed to stay ahead of lasting strain on the liquidity of the business. However, Nuri ensured that it does not affect services, customer funds, or investments with Nuri.

Nuri, previously called Bitwala, filed for insolvency on Tuesday 9, August 2022. The platform also emphasized that customers’ Euro deposits in the bank account, Bitcoin and Ether deposits in wallets & vaults are not affected by this situation. Moreover, the Nuri Pot investments won’t be impacted as well.

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