CCEDK, the Denmark-based bitcoin exchange, will go offline at the end of May in order to relaunch as part of a network of cryptocurrency partnerships known as Decentralized Conglomerate, according to the company’s website.
The website directs visitors to Bitscan, a bitcoin business directory, where CCEDK’s plans are explained in detail.
Bitcoin Services Must Add Value
The company states that proliferation of bitcoin services means that exchanges have to offer added value to attract and retain customers. Such added value includes wallet services, liquidity, leverage, trading tools and a combination of such facilities.
Different elements of the crypto world are coming together into a single hub so that users have everything they need under one roof.
CCEDK will be offline for several weeks to upgrade its services. The program marks the culmination of several partnerships and initiatives to benefit businesses and traders. Trading will cease at the end of May.
Customers will withdraw funds in June, during which time the exchange will integrate