BitMEX CTO Released in US After Payment of $5M Bond
The former chief technology officer of the troubled BitMEX exchange has been released after a bond for $5 million was paid in the U.S.
Defendants allege the mining company made false and/or misleading statements and failed to disclose the true extent of its mining operations.
Bankruptcy trustee EY is trying to resolve a dispute over how to value cryptocurrencies recovered from QuadrigaCX.
Jeremy Spence bilked his investors out of $5 million, according to a criminal complaint.
The exchange operator failed to convince the court that Craig Wright had in fact been trading through his wife's account.
Lawyers of embattled former NFL investor Reginald Fowler have filed a motion to withdraw as his representative counsel.