Kenneth Asare, CEO of LitePay, contacted the Litecoin Foundation to report that it has stopped performing all operations and is preparing to sell the company.
Prior to that, the foundation had approached Kenneth regarding his less than transparent nature with the company and to express our, and the community’s, concerns regarding his recent Reddit AMA. It was at this time that Kenneth asked the foundation for more funds to continue operations. The foundation refused any further funding as he was unable to provide a satisfactory picture of where the money had been spent and refused to go into exact details about the company and show objective evidence to back up his statements.
Litepay are greatly disheartened that this saga has ended in this way and we apologize for not doing enough due diligence that could have uncovered some of these issues earlier. Litepay are currently working hard to tighten our due diligence practices and ensure that this does not happen again.
Litecoin was doing perfectly fine before the promise of LitePay and will continue to do so. The ecosystem is far bigger than one company and is continually growing with support from many others with market ready products joining the space and fulfilling their promises to make it easier for the world to use Litecoin.
In the end, this is a valuable lesson for us to have learned. Litecoin and Litepay community is as strong as it has ever been and we look forward to many great things to come. Thank you for your continuous support!
– The Litecoin Foundation
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