Fireblocks Being Sued for Allegedly Losing Over $70M of Ether: Report

A Fireblocks employee allegedly did not protect or back up private keys to a digital wallet, which were then deleted.

News  ·  22 June 2021

Deputy of El Salvador’s Opposition Party Sues Country Over Bitcoin Law

One plaintiff says El Salvador's president failed to consider the law's harmful effects.

News  ·  22 June 2021

Fraud Alleged at Three Israeli ICOs That Raised $250M

The plaintiffs claim Sirin Labs, Stox and Leadcoin didn't fulfill product promises to investors.

Policy & regulation  ·  31 May 2021

Crypto Traders Can Automate Legal Requests With New DoNotPay Services

A service that started with parking tickets has now found its way to the crypto markets.

News  ·  18 May 2021

Ripple Execs Ask Court to Block SEC Requests for Personal Financial Records

Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen are calling the SEC's subpoenas to banks “wholly inappropriate overreach” and an invasion of privacy.

Policy & regulation  ·  12 March 2021

Former Mt. Gox CEO Claims Rehabilitation Plan Better for Creditors Than Class Lawsuit

Mark Karpeles was pushing back at a motion for class certification in a lawsuit brought by a former Mt. Gox user.

Policy & regulation  ·  11 March 2021

Ripple’s Chris Larsen Files Motion to Dismiss SEC Case Over XRP Sales

Larsen's lawyers say the SEC has failed to show he knowingly committed any wrongdoing.

Policy & regulation  ·  4 March 2021

MoneyGram Faces Lawsuit for Allegedly Misleading Investors About XRP

Rosen Law Firm believes MoneyGram investors may be entitled to compensation after the SEC alleged XRP is a security.

Policy & regulation  ·  2 March 2021

TON Investor Threatens to Sue Telegram if Not Compensated for £100M: Report

The investor said it would go to court if its compensation demand was not met, according to Forbes Russia.

Policy & regulation  ·  2 March 2021

Lawsuit Against Crypto Project Bancor Dismissed in New York

The lawsuit had alleged investors had been misled by Bancor and that its tokens were in fact securities.

Policy & regulation  ·  24 February 2021

Lawsuit Against Israeli Crypto Entrepreneur Moshe Hegog Fails in US Court

A Washington state-based judge threw out the lawsuit after the plaintiff failed to make a case.

Policy & regulation  ·  27 January 2021

Acting SEC Enforcement Director Berger to Step Down

Berger presided over the enforcement division when it launched the Ripple lawsuit.

News  ·  12 January 2021

US Judge U-Turns on Ruling in Overstock Digital Dividend Lawsuit

The plaintiff may now file an amended complaint against Overstock and former CEO Patrick Byrne.

Policy & regulation  ·  8 January 2021

Ripple ‘Tried’ to Settle With SEC Ahead of XRP Suit, CEO Says

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse says his firm tried to settle with the SEC before the regulator sued on unregistered securities sale allegations.

Policy & regulation  ·  7 January 2021

Coinbase, Other Big Exchanges ‘Between Rock and a Hard Place’ on Delisting XRP

The question of whether or not to delist XRP isn’t a black-and-white one for crypto exchanges.

Business  ·  24 December 2020