OKCoin Holdings, the parent company of OKCoin, bought almost 3.3 billion shares of LEAP, a construction-engineering firm listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, according to an announcement. OKCoin Holdings will now be LEAP’s largest shareholder,
The $60 million purchase may have brought OKCoin Holdings closer to becoming a public company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange without having to apply for an initial public offering. It seems reverse mergers are becoming a popular move among crypto firms —just two days ago, Bithumb – the Korean crypto exchange – and Blockchain Industries – OTC listed holding company – announced their plans to merge in a letter of intent.
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OKCoin becomes majority shareowner of a Hong Kong-listed company written by Carol Gaszcz @ https://www.theblockcrypto.com/tiny/okcoin-becomes-majority-shareowner-of-a-hong-kong-listed-company/ January 24, 2019 Carol Gaszcz