Companies House wasn’t particularly useful, they simply stated that documents will become available online once they have been submitted and approved.
The only assumption I can take from this is its either not submitted or not approved. Both of which could have a million different reasons why.
Disclaimer: Everything in the next paragraph is speculation and should not be treated as fact.
If I had to take a wild speculative guess, in February 28 2017 MaidSafe had around £500,000 of bitcoin. Which means on February 28 2018, they had around around $5,500,000. This could mean their assets were likely worth more than £5.1 million. So they no longer qualify for exemption from audit under section 477 of the Companies Act 2006 relating to small companies. They hadn’t realised they had exceeded this limit and are now under audit.
If my guess is correct it’s unlikely that MaidSafe are in any kind of financial trouble and they are simply going through the processes of being a growing thriving company.
I don’t see any reason why @nicklambert the financial officer of MaidSafe can’t make an offical statement of the reasons the accounts haven’t been submitted or approved. Or publish a snapshot of the MaidSafe accounts up to the 28 February 2018 in the next update.