• Crypto Capital's Oz Yosef was indicted for bank fraud in the Bitfinex/Tether case (via YouTube).
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    Crypto Capital crony Oz Yosef indicted

    Another shadow banker has been charged in connection with the theft of $880 million from cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex.

    Federal prosecutors have indicted Oz Yosef, a principal of Crypto Capital Corp., on three counts of bank fraud and conspiracy in cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex's $880 million loss.

  • New York State Supreme Court building in Lower Manhattan showing the words "The True Administration of Justice" on its facade (via Shutterstock).
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    Judge Joel Cohen orders New York Attorney General Letitia James to prove jurisdiction over Bitfinex and Tether

    The New York State Supreme Court may throw out the charges if no New Yorkers were harmed

    A court on May 22 ordered New York State Attorney General Letitia James to prove her office has the right to sue Bitfinex and Tether for fraud and securities law violations.

  • Fake Tethers under fake bitcoins.
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    Bitfinex tells court Tether invested part of dollar reserves in Bitcoin

    The revelation came in an attempt to dismiss a fraud and securities law violation suit brought by New York State Attorney General Letitia James

    The Tether stablecoin is backed in some part by bitcoins. David Miller, an attorney for Tether’s sister firm, cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex, revealed in court last week that Tether has invested “a small amount” of the reserve dollars backing the tethers (USDt) in bitcoins (BTC). He added that the company had also invested in other undescribed assets.