500.com Limited Receives 356.04342 Bitcoins and Announces Closing of Private Placement
Feb 23, 2021
SHENZHEN, China, Feb. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- 500.com Limited (NYSE: WBAI) ("500.com" or the "Company"), a China-based enterprise committed to developing cryptocurrency mining businesses, today announced the closing of its previously announced private placement transaction pursuant to the definitive share subscription agreement with Good Luck Information Technology Co., Limited ("Good Luck Information") entered into on December 21, 2020. The Company has received 356.04342 Bitcoins and US$11.5 million in cash from Good Luck Information, and the Company has issued 85,572,963 newly issued Class A ordinary shares to Good Luck Information.
The 356.04342 Bitcoins is the equivalent of US$11.5 million at the Bitcoin to U.S. dollars exchange rate fixed on January 21, 2021 at US$32,326.29 to one Bitcoin.
About 500.com Limited
500.com Limited (NYSE: WBAI) is committed to becoming a leading cryptocurrency mining enterprise in China. Since announcing its entry into the cryptocurrency industry in December 2020, the Company has entered into definitive agreements to (i) purchase cryptocurrency mining machines, (ii) acquire a controlling stake in Loto Interactive Limited (HKEX: 08198), and (iii) acquire the entire mining pool business of Bitdeer Technologies Holding Company ("BitDeer") operated under BTC.com, including the domain name BTC.com and the cryptocurrency wallet of BTC.com (collectively, the "BTC.com Pool Businesses"), to unfurl a comprehensive approach to cryptocurrency mining. 500.com Limited also was the first company in China to provide online lottery sales agent services, and was one of two enterprises approved by China's Ministry of Finance to engage in the online sports lottery sales agent business on a trial basis.
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