Anchors accept funds and issue credits, but after Thursday, April 11, 2019, Stronghold will only accept deposits for business customers with addresses on Stellar’s ledger who have also completed Know Your Customer (KYC) account verification. After that date, we will stop transferring funds into the Stellar network for retail users.
This change only impacts individual users of Stellar’s Decentralized Exchange (Stellar DEX). To maintain access to their funds, these customers should either sell or redeem their Stronghold-issued assets over the next two weeks.
Customers who are DEX users will have until Thursday, April 25, 2019 to withdraw their funds. After that, Stronghold will freeze their tokens on the Stellar DEX using the auth-required feature.
On April 25, we’ll take a snapshot of affected customers’ balances and will transfer an equivalent amount of XLM to their Stellar wallets. After this action, Stronghold will no longer recognize the tokens for redemption and they will be unusable on the DEX.
To redeem Stronghold-issued assets from a Stellar-enabled wallet, please deposit the assets to your Stronghold account. Remember, you must include the required Memo ID along with your address — failure to include a Memo ID can result in a loss of assets.
Read the full announcement here