1Broker To Allow “Read-Only” Access To Platform After US charges

  • Bitcoin futures firm 1Broker is to set up a “read-only” version of platform after the accusations of violating the law by allowing U.S. citizens to trade on the platform

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Bitcoin futures firm 1Broker is to set up a “read-only” version of the platform after the accusations of violating the federal law by allowing U.S. citizens to trade on the platform.

Last week, the 1broker.com domain was seized by FBI following the legal charges. However, the company tweeted it received the “green light” from its lawyers to set up a read-only version of the platform to view balances and transaction history. The version should be up by Wednesday.

"Currently, our top priority is to allow customer withdrawals. The company holds enough funds to cover all withdrawal requests, of course. Before we can take the required steps to do that, we have to seek permission from the authorities," 1Broker stated on Twitter.

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