Butterfly Labs Attempts to Dismiss FTC Complaint

Butterfly Labs Attempts to Dismiss FTC Complaint

Three weeks ago, the Federal Trade Commission shut down Butterfly Labs. Butterfly Labs is a company that sells Bitcoin mining hardware. It's been accused of scamming and lying to customers time and time again. Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reported that Butterfly Labs was lying to customers in multiple ways, one being that they mined on their customers' hardware for extended periods of time before shipping it. This morning, Butterfly Labs tried to dismiss the FTC's complaint. Also read: FTC Shuts Down Butterfly Labs... Finally. The FTC claims that Butterfly Labs spent their....

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