An nameless reader quotes the San Francisco Chronicle:
One of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges was down more than 40 hours this week, inflicting purchasers to freak out… San Francisco’s Kraken went offline at nine p.m. on Wednesday for repairs that used to be to start with scheduled to closing two hours, plus an extra two to a few hours for withdrawals, in keeping with a statement at the corporate’s web page. “We are still working to resolve the issues that we have identified and our team is working around the clock to ensure a smooth upgrade,” in keeping with a standing replace on Kraken’s web page posted early Friday. “This means it may still take several hours before we can relaunch.” Shortly after midday, the corporate mentioned it used to be “still working to track down an elusive bug which is holding up launch.” It promised consumers “a substantial amount of free trading” after the issue used to be resolved. In earlier updates, Kraken discussed it’s running on “unexpected and delicate issues” and confident purchasers their finances had been protected, including that “Yes, this is our new record for downtime since we launched in 2013. No, we’re not proud of it.”
It’s 45 hours after the downtime started, and their web page remains to be appearing the similar announcement.
“Kraken is presently offline for maintenance.”