Hut 8 responds to report criticizing USBTC merger and different actions


The Bitcoin and digital asset mining agency Hut 8 responded to a latest vital report in an announcement on Jan. 19.

The mining firm wrote:

“Hut 8 Corp is conscious of a brief report … by J Capital Analysis, which is a self-proclaimed group of biased activists who clearly disclose that they’ll revenue if an organization’s share worth declines.”

J Capital’s report partially criticized Hut 8’s latest merger with U.S. Bitcoin Corp (USBTC). It steered that the settlement resulted from a “failed merger course of” during which no different get together was fascinated about merging with both firm.

With out straight mentioning that part of the report, Hut 8 responded by stating mentioned that its board has “confidence within the merger of equals.” Hut 8 added that the board has confidence within the firm’s steadiness sheet and future success.

Hut 8 didn’t deal with some other factors in J Capital’s report however mentioned that it’s reviewing the article and can present extra info as wanted.

Report criticized each USBTC and Hut 8

J Capital’s unique report alleged questionable exercise together with an “undisclosed associated get together,​ ​a stock-promoter cabal, and a number of left-for-dead property.”

Largely regarding USBTC slightly than Hut 8, J Capital alleged connections to 2 inventory promoter teams: Honig group and the DesLauriers twins. It additional steered a historical past of corruption in a single USBTC-turned-Hut 8 govt.

J Capital added that USBTC’s core asset — a part of a Texas-based mining facility that it bought from a bankrupt firm referred to as Compute North — has didn’t ship the vitality and web connectivity wanted for crypto mining.

J Capital asserted that USBTC would have entered a structured chapter with out the merger and mentioned that USBTC’s true worth could also be 70% lower than believed. It warned of upcoming USBTC inventory dilution by way of an anticipated $200 million fundraiser; it additionally believes that insiders might quickly promote shares for different causes.

Relating to Hut 8, J Capital highlighted the corporate’s suspended North Bay mining facility and previous sanctions towards the corporate’s former auditor, amongst different considerations. It additionally highlighted Hut 8’s itemizing on a TSX Enterprise board referred to as NEX, which it suggests hosts frauds and scams; NEX’s personal website states that it’s geared toward corporations under TSX Enterprise’s itemizing requirements.

The Schall Legislation Agency individually introduced an investigation into Hut 8 on Jan. 19. This was prompted by the report and will result in a category motion lawsuit.


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