ANNOUNCING: Bitstamp was acquired by Belgium-based investment company NXMH. Our team, leadership and vision all remain the same. We want to make it clear that Bitstamp will remain Bitstamp. This acquisition will merely strengthen our position as we continue our mission to be the most trusted digital currency exchange on the market.
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  1. cleanfats on 16. February 2023 at 22:29

    That’s great news, I know the CEO has been looking to leave [retire] and the vp didn’t want to stay if he left so having the banking of them will help if anything changes.


  2. Quansword on 16. February 2023 at 22:29

    What IS bitstamps vision? I’ve never had a problem with bitstamp but I also have not withdrawn any money from them. I am ofcourse a bit worried that when I do try to do so that I will have issues with it due to their banking issues. I feel their reputation is wavering and they need to lift their game/try something new. Binance was nothing last year and now they are the biggest and what seems to be the safest exchange. Coinbase is adding new tokens and growing their business. Bitstamp seems to have been just shopping for buyers for the last 5 years.