The Initial Public Offering application of Bitmain is set to expire today i.e. 26th March 2019, which explains that the company is no longer going public. However, this does not mean that the company might never go public as they claim that they will work on the application of Initial Public Offering at the right time.
The rumors were all around the cryptocurrency space that Bitmain is going to go public by holding an initial public offering on the Hong Kong stock exchange soon. But it seems that the dreams have just been broken as the mining giant is no longer holding an IPO as reported by the South China Morning Post. The large monetary losses that the company has been facing and the firing of employees might be the reason for making a U-turn.
The initial public offering was announced by Bitmain last year. Jihan Wu, one of the youngest billionaires in the world and the CEO of Bitmain had earlier stated that they were open to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange or an overseas exchange. Soon after this, Bitmain has acquired 16-floor official premises in the Silicon Valley from where the rumors started to spread that the company is going to launch an Initial Public Offering in the United States. During this period, Bitmain was leading the bitcoin mining industry by controlling more than 80% of the market. It was being predicted that the value of the company would rise to $40 billion after the Initial Public Offering is held.
The rumors started to cool down as reports were out stating that the company was facing financial losses due to the falling prices and the market capitalization of cryptocurrencies. In just Q3 last year, Bitmain had lost over $500 million which is a piece of terrible news for a brand that is going to launch an Initial Public Offering soon. It got worse for the company when the head Jihan Wu left the company for starting his own project.
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