Hut8 Mining operates as U.S.-domiciled entity following USBTC merger

Amid the delisting and relisting process, Hut8 shareholders received 1 New Hut common stock for every Hut 8 share held, an official announcement confirmed.

Crypto mining companies Hut 8 Mining Corp.

On Nov. 30, Canadian Bitcoin (BTC) mining facility Hut 8 Mining Corp announced an all-stock merger with USBTC, which has been dubbed as the “largest mergers and acquisitions transaction” in crypto by New Hut CEO Jaime Leverton.

The merger will result in the delisting of Hut 8 common stocks from the Toronto Stock Exchange and Nasdaq by or before Dec.

Amid the delisting and relisting process, Hut8 shareholders received 1 New Hut common stock for every Hut 8 share held.

Hut8 received final clearance from the Supreme Court of British Columbia to complete a merger with USBTC in September 2023. However, the planning process for the merger commenced in February of 2023.

At the time, the merger was subject to court and regulatory approval by U.S.

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