Kik CEO said that the team is interested in buying Kik and wants to integrate it with the Kin project.

The Kik app may not be dead, as the company's CEO Ted Livingston recently announced – Livingston said that a team is interested in buying the app and continuing to develop it, and wants to integrate it with the Kin project. The disappearance of the Kik chat app is the final blow to KIN's ICO because it relies on the flagship product. Without Kik, this project only has KIN tokens, and its price is currently at its lowest point. However, the KIN token is still in use. According to the Blocktivity data, KIN actually trades every day. The KIN ecosystem processes more than 1 million micro-apps and reward deals per day. According to previous news from the Odaily Planet Daily, Kik has announced that it will close the application and lay off 19 people.