• Tether

    NYAG ridicules Bitfinex, Tether court cost claims

    The companies already spent $500,000 fending off New York Attorney General Letitia James’ accusations of fraud and securities law violations

    New York State Attorney General Letitia James’s office called shenanigans yesterday on Bitfinex and Tether’s argument that it could spend $5 million defending itself from accusations of fraud.

  • Trading crypto in New York isn't as easy as this picture makes it seem (composite image via Shutterstock).
    Tether

    NY Attorney General Letitia James: Bitfinex, Tether lied about cutting off New Yorkers

    A filing in her fraud suit over Tether’s $625 million loan said Bitfinex did business in New York as recently as May

    Cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex did business with New York-based customers and vendors as recently as this May, according to a filing made in State Supreme Court by the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James.

  • Kylie Jenner is on Forbes 2019 billionaire list while most of crypto's richest people aren't (via Shutterstock).
    Media,  People

    Most of crypto’s super-wealthy knocked off of Forbes billionaires list

    Kylie Jenner is on the list but the Winklevii aren’t

    Back in February 2018, Forbes Magazine identified 19 of the “Richest in Crypto” based on who had about $1 billion worth in crypto. Galaxy Digital’s Mike Novogratz led the pack along with former child actor Brock Pierce and Coinbase’ then-35 year old CEO Brian Armstrong. But of those 19, only Armstrong appears on Forbes’ much anticipated list of billionaires in 2019.

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