Browsing the "Lawsuits" Tag

AT&T Fails to Win Dismissal in $24 Million Crypto SIM-Swap Lawsuit

| Daniel Palmer

Crypto investor Michael Terpin has won an early victory in his attempt to sue AT&T over a SIM-swapping hack that lost a claimed $24 million.

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New Jersey Takes Online Market to Court Over 2018 Crypto Token Sale

| Daniel Palmer

The U.S. state of New Jersey is taking legal action over alleged securities violations by blockchain rental marketplace Pocketinns.

Mt Gox Founder Hit With Lawsuit Over Alleged Fraudulent Misrepresentation

| Wolfie Zhao

Mt. Gox founder Jed McCaleb has been accused in court of hiding issues at the now-collapsed exchange before selling it to Mark Karpeles.

Ex-Employee Sues Startup Behind Zcash for $2 Million Over Unpaid Stock

| Daniel Kuhn

The plaintiff alleges Zerocoin did not have authority to issue common stock to employees when he was hired.

Firm That Saw Stock Boost After Crypto ‘Pivot’ Hit With New SEC Charges

| Nikhilesh De

The SEC filed fresh fraud charges against Longfin Corp. on Wednesday, alleging the company falsified its accounting. Longfin's stock price jumped…

The SEC Case Against Kik’s ICO Appears Strong, Experts Say

| Nikhilesh De

The SEC seems to have a strong case on the facts in its complaint against Kik and its 2017 token sale, according to legal experts.

The 8 Biggest Bombshells From the SEC’s Kik ICO Lawsuit

| Brady Dale

In a complaint filed Tuesday, the SEC laid out where Kik allegedly ran afoul of U.S. securities law with its $98 million ICO in 2017. It also…

The SEC Is Suing Kik for Its 2017 ICO

| Nikhilesh De

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed suit against Kik over its 2017 initial coin offering.

Winklevoss Capital, Charlie Shrem Settle $26 Million Bitcoin Lawsuit

| Marc Hochstein

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have settled their case against Charlie Shrem, whom they previously claimed owed them $26 million worth of bitcoin.

Blockchain Predictions Market Stox and Founder Sued for $4.6 Million

| Daniel Palmer

Israeli blockchain prediction market Stox and its founder Moshe Hogeg are reportedly being sued for $4.6 million over alleged fraud.