Coinbase Faces Class Action Lawsuit From Cryptsy’s Victims

Coinbase Faces Class Action Lawsuit From Cryptsy’s Victims

Coinbase faces a class action lawsuit against its involvement in the Cryptsy fiasco. Read more... Coinbase is courting one trouble after another. Following the latest issue with the IRS, the cryptocurrency company has another legal challenge to face. This time, it is a class action lawsuit by Silver Law Group and Wites & Kapetan regarding the platform’s alleged involvement in $8 Million theft by Cryptsy’s promoter Paul Vernon. The nationwide class action lawsuit against Coinbase has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. According to....


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