Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have settled their case against Charlie Shrem, whom they previously claimed owed them $26 million worth of bitcoin.
The court filing is the latest in a high-profile lawsuit that has pitted three high-profile cryptocurrency industry personalities against each other.
A federal judge lifted a $30 million attachment order against Charlie Shrem Thursday, though the case will proceed to a jury trial next year.
In a new court filing, Charlie Shrem denies claims that he stole 5,000 bitcoin from Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
The Winklevoss twins are reportedly suing bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem over 5,000 bitcoin allegedly owed to them from a past business deal.
Charlie Shrem, one of bitcoin's earliest entrepreneurs, believes Satoshi's white paper is about more than just technology.
With Charlie Shrem and a Pinterest executive as advisers, blockchain startup Viberate is looking to eliminate the music business's middlemen.
One of bitcoin's first evangelists is launching an ICO, but investors may be wary of issues over the funding model.
Months after his release from prison for money laundering violations, entrepreneur Charlie Shrem has announced a new blockchain venture.
CoinDesk is launching a new monthly event series, to take place live at its Times Square headquarters.