@qtumbob I've been contemplating what you said and other scenarios as far as what the Chinese gov will do what the qtum foundation would do and what the exchange would do and all sorts of permutations of above. Anyhow I was just planning on hodling out for my tokens no matter what because, as you said, there's a massive loss at the refund price. Good news though, I think, here's a snippet of a notice from my exchange (translated from Mandarin).
- Other items that have been confirmed to be retired and have been cleared in the Verification Program: Lucky, QTUM, RTS, ICOCOIN, INS, BTM, FID, UBC, SWFTC, ELC, WTC, IPC, YOYOW, ugChain, ZGC.
Sounds like the project has been accepted by the gov. Not exactly positive as this is just a machine translation. I know I'm on a different exchange but if it was 'verified' I would imagine that would be with the gov so I would assume you would be alright. The Qtum foundation may already know about this which is why they aren't making moves to enact a more equitable refund. They just said had to throw out the offer in order to comply with recommendations that the government made knowing no one would take them up on the offer. Horrible timing with the launch days away I'm sure they are super busy already. Keep faith brother and strong hands.