Kraken Trade Clubs are an unofficial online marketplace that allows users to trade virtual currency and cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
But as it turns out, the trading platform is now dead, and the club is no longer a place for trading.
In an email to Mashable, a representative for Kraken Trade told us that they were unable to confirm the existence of the trade club.
“It’s not possible to verify the existence or the status of any of the club’s members,” the representative said.
“As a result, we do not offer any support to members of the Kraken Exchange Club.”
Kraken Trade also pointed out that, according to the company, the trade clubs trade coins traded on their exchange, Kraken.
Kraken is a major exchange that offers exchanges for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and is one of the main platforms that users can use to trade on Kraken.
The representative also mentioned that the trade groups members do not have any personal data on them.
They said the trade group had been inactive since December 2016.
As of now, the Trade Club has not been updated with a new account and no further details are available on its status.
The Trade Club was set up as a way for people to trade and sell virtual currencies, and it was meant to be a place where people could trade without having to deal with an exchange.
The members are currently not in a position to know the identity of the people who are trading on the exchange, but the information that they do have is still fairly vague.
“There is a lot of speculation around the identity and motives of the Trade Clubs members,” one of our experts said in an email.
“We think that the members are all part of the same team that’s running the exchange and are all interested in promoting the trading on Kraken, but who are not necessarily involved in cryptocurrency or trading at all.”
Karma is an open source platform for blockchain applications, which makes it possible to build apps that are designed to be useful for all kinds of purposes, including financial transactions.
The platform is built on the Ethereum platform and provides an API that developers can use for building apps.
Karma, however, is not without its detractors.
For example, the company has recently faced accusations that it has been using its position to buy back its users’ virtual currencies.
In a post on Reddit, the organization behind Karma said that the reason why it had acquired the trade accounts was because the company wanted to make a quick buck.
“We do not want to see anyone lose their entire money and our trading was only meant to generate some money for the founders,” the post read.
“However, our team has been working for weeks to make the trade, and to be honest we were pretty scared.
We also knew that if our trade was going to be successful we needed to find a way to get it out to the market, and we couldn’t be sure that we would be able to do that.
We just needed to buy as much as we could.”
We contacted the Kraken Trading Club for a comment, but did not hear back.