in the Washington Post.
In the article, Hoh said Capsize’s service was a failure because it was slow and because it didn’t offer much value.
The app was “not built for scale,” Hoh told the Post.
“It wasn’t built for delivery.”
The app’s team also claimed that it didn and would never have a chance to scale up, because of a number, including the fact that it had to use a Google-owned server.
In response to the news, Hoyl has called Capsize “one of the most important and important companies in the world.”
He told CNBC on Monday that the team is “doing everything in our power to save Capsize.”
“Our goal is to make sure that Capsite can continue as a platform that offers a safe, secure, and affordable way for people to get everything they need from wherever they are in the United States,” Hoyll said.