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RBI’s recent response to an information request shows that Indian banks are not prohibited from dealing with cryptocurrency business.
Telegram has dropped its appeal against a U.S. federal court’s injunction that forbade Gram distribution, putting a halt to the TON project.
The British-American entrepreneur admitted his privacy-oriented project Ghost borrowed from open-source anonymity coin PIVX, but apparently wants to sue it nonetheless.
BitMEX and its executives have been accused of engaging in or abetting crimes that include racketeering, money laundering, wire fraud and unlicensed money transmission.
Jockeying for position continues, but it looks like Kleiman v. Wright is going to trial. Still, never say never as most lawsuits settle.
A indictment alleging conspiracy to commit wire fraud against OneCoin co-founder Karl Greenwood was unsealed ahead of his June pre-trial conference
Kleiman v. Wright case takes another turn, attorney says: “If they knock Wright’s credibility down too far, it could have unintended consequences in how a judge or jury views the claim”
Self-styled Bitcoin creator Craig Wright is once again ordered to provide documents on in the Kleiman case, this time by Friday, April 17
The Texas State Securities Board issues an emergency action against an alleged crypto mining scam making fraudulent COVID-19 charity claims
Wells Fargo Advisors is facing counts of fraud, negligence, unjust enrichment and vicarious liability in a lawsuit filed by the victims of a $35 million crypto Ponzi