Clearly, Matjaž Škorjanc is the actual head of the company. He controls 55% through his father.
Marko Kobal, CEO, has 45%.
The bad news, IMO, is that actually it is not owned by Škorjanc or Kobal. It's owned by 2 companies that belong to those individuals. And the capital for both of these companies is just 7500 EUR each.
And since Nicehash is not a financial company, but an IT one, they are basically free of any liability.
Matjaž Škorjanc is totally out of spotlight. No one noticed he is involved in one of the best known cryptocurrency mining companies... Škorjanc is not visible in Slovenian company register, he doesn't have a linkedin account etc.
Just an update to the information above.
Nicehash changed a bit at the end of December.
Kobal was let go / quit.
There's a new CEO: Zdravko Poljašević. He looks like a guy from nowhere - possibly another dummy CEO.
Škorjanc now owns 65% of the company, he is still the CTO. The rest is controlled by a guy called Šokić Aljoša - owner of a small IT company in Slovenia called Complete Solutions. That said, Aljosa's share in Nicehash is not via this IT company, but through another entity (possibly a one man firm): Fleming Digital - started in September 2017, unknown branch or previous activities.
So the "serious investor" scenario, that some of us hoped for, just didn't happen. It's also very unlikely that Šokić Aljoša can cover the missing $70m.
Did anyone here get his money back? Or any info when it might happen?