A lead figure in the storied Crypto Capital saga has declared he’s effectively broke. Now, he wants to give up his right to a trial.
Lawyers of embattled former NFL investor Reginald Fowler have filed a motion to withdraw as his representative counsel.
The "shadow banker" previously balked at prosecutors' $371 million forfeiture demand.
U.S. prosecutors have unveiled 56 bank accounts under scrutiny in Reginald Fowler's legal travails.
The U.S. District Court of Georgia has denied a subpoena request by the exchange's parent firm as it tries to track down a missing $850 million.
Bitfinex and Tether’s parent company wants to question employees of at least three U.S. banks about Crypto Capital – Bitfinex’s payment processor – accounts and holdings in an effort to recover more than $800 million.
Reginald Fowler, an alleged operator of Crypto Capital, was indicted on wire fraud Friday, adding to four previous charges he already faced.
Reginald Fowler has rejected a plea deal with the U.S. government in an ongoing case that accuses him of operating "shadow bank" services tied to crypto exchanges.
Miller Thomson, the court-appointed law firm representing former users of the QuadrigaCX exchange, wants information about Crypto Capital and whether it holds any of Quadriga's funds.
Crypto Capital co-founder Reginald Fowler pleaded guilty to operating an unlicensed money transmission business Friday. Additional charges were dropped.