The 3AC Founders are excited to announce the launch of their new crypto exchange, Open Exchange (OPNX). This exchange is designed to provide a secure and reliable platform for bankruptcy claims to be traded and exchanged.
The 3AC Founders have been working hard to create a platform that is both secure and user-friendly. OPNX is built on a blockchain-based platform, which ensures that all transactions are secure and immutable. This means that users can trust that their transactions are safe and secure. Additionally, the platform is designed to be easy to use, allowing users to quickly and easily trade and exchange their bankruptcy claims.
The 3AC Founders have also taken steps to ensure that the platform is compliant with all applicable laws and regulations. This includes ensuring that all transactions are compliant with the Bankruptcy Code and other applicable laws. Additionally, the platform is designed to be compliant with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards, which are designed to prevent money laundering and other financial crimes.
The 3AC Founders are confident that OPNX will provide a secure and reliable platform for users to trade and exchange their bankruptcy claims. With its secure blockchain-based platform and compliance with applicable laws and regulations, OPNX is sure to be a success. The 3AC Founders are excited to see what the future holds for OPNX and the bankruptcy claims trading and exchange market.
12 thoughts on “3AC Founders Launch OPNX Crypto Exchange for Bankruptcy Claims”
I looked for the “comedy” tag but didn’t find it.
People who use this exchange can’t and don’t deserve to be saved
Can’t change stupid
I’ll be sure and rush right in.
You can’t write this shit 😭😅
… sign here..
Chick link and verify wallet with me ..
I’ll kick you in the nuts take half Your money and it will be a way better
You would have to be a complete idiot to fall for this
If anyone trusts these chucklefucks then I don’t really know what to say…
Sadly this isn’t a joke. When I first saw this, I thought it was a joke
>They say they’re aiming to provide users with the ability to monetize their bankruptcy claim by providing a marketplace to trade them – both on spot and margin.
Who would actually do this?😭
Sounds dodgy as f@#k