Former operator of the BTC-e crypto exchange Alexander Vinnik has appealed with a Greek court for his release or extradition to Russia
Law firms Miller Thomson and Cox & Palmer have established a committee to help provide guidance in representing affected clients of QuadrigaCX
Bitcoin deposits and banks remain a gray area in Israel after a court rules banks can refuse to accept deposits from crypto trades
Bitcoin core contributor Jeff Garzik has been subpoenaed to appear in court in connection with a $4 billion lawsuit against Craig Wright
Commercial court clerks in France will use an IBM blockchain-based platform to record changes in companies’ legal status
Moshe Hogeg, the co-founder and chairman of venture capital investment fund Singulariteam, and the alleged head of Stox Technologies, has been given 30 days to settle with a Chinese investor. The disgruntled investor has brought a 17 million Israeli new shekels (approximately $4.23 million) lawsuit against Hogeg for allegedly misappropriating several million dollars worth of […]
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Quoine’s CEO has said the company will possibly challenge a ruling over trades it reversed due to what it says were technical problems
The U.S. CFTC ordered 1pool Ltd. and its owner to pay $990,000 for illegally offering BTC-margined retail commodity transactions to U.S. investors
The founder of a scheme called Bitcointopia to sell land in the U.S. state of Nevada to bitcoiners has admitted in a federal court that some land was not his to sell. Previously arrested for selling BTC to an undercover agent through Localbitcoins, he also pleaded guilty to running an unlicensed money transmitting business. Also […]
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The widow of the founder of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX is seeking compensation for legal costs