When Lisk launched, one of our members had a lot of Lisk and euphorically rented a good server to host a Lisk-node which people voted for to become a delegate. The node was hosted by this member and connected and promoted on our domain lisk.stakepool.com which served for about a week and did well during the time of trouble for official lisk logins and served many people.
However, when everyone was happy and chill – our member who owned the lisk-node server, approaching Max K. to offer him more help and service in the lisk-project, instead got into a heated argument with Max, CEO of Lisk over who invented the Lightbulb….
… Seriously dear readers – I could not make this story up… Edison VS Tesla … Anyways:
After being upset over this lightbulb issue, our stakepool-member goes to the exchanges and dump about 5 million Lisk on the market, takes down his node-server and leave us all wondering what just happen.
After talking with members of the Lisk community, we realize that an apology from Stakepool.com officially is the right thing to do as we wasted your time and efforts when asking you kindly to vote for his delegate which sadly is no longer running.
All your Lisk however is safe within your passphrase and can be accessed from any Lisk-wallet, security was always top notch so there is no need to worry if you have used the Stakepool Wallet for Lisk.
We hope this post clarify some things and if you have been mad with us because of this issue, we sincerely hope you will accept our apology.