Quickbit’s rights issue is postponed
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The fintech company Quickbit is delaying its rights issue and announcing that the processing may take longer than expected, which will result in a new subscription period and record date.
The fintech company Quickbit, which develops technology solutions, announces that the processing for the previously communicated rights issue in the company may take slightly longer than planned. Quickbit will therefore shortly announce a new subscription period and record date.
This is stated in a press release.
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