Blockchain 

Veritaseum (VERI) Slumps 60% After Emergency Lawsuit by the SEC

Veritaseum (VERI) slumped 60% in the past 24-hour after The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed an emergency lawsuit. Big Blow for VERI The explosion of the crypto space has led to a lot of tech innovation as companies have resorted to distributed tokens in the form of an Initial Coin Offering in order to raise capital. It has proven to be a highly effective method of raising capital, and many companies have managed to get off the ground using an ICO. However, it goes without saying…

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Blockchain 

SEC Files Lawsuit Against Veritaseum (VERI) Founder

The SEC has filed an emergency lawsuit against Veritaseum (VERI) and its founder Reginald Middleton with the New York Eastern District Court. The action aims to prevent Mr. Middleton from spending $8 million USD raised by the company in an ICO. “Knowingly Misled” VERI Investors The SEC alleges that Mr. Middleton “knowingly misled” investors about prior business success in order to increase investor demand for VERI tokens. The SEC also claims that Veritaseum made manipulative trades to increase the value of VERI tokens. The value of Veritaseum, the world’s 15th…

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Cryptocurrency 

Winklevoss Twins Lawsuit | Gemini Founders Sue Charlie Shrem

The Winklevoss twins have filed a lawsuit against infamous BitInstant founder Charlie Shrem. They claim the Bitcoin investor stole 5,000 Bitcoins from them in 2012. Winklevoss Twins Lawsuit According to the New York Times, Shrem made several lavish purchases in 2018 that caught the attention of the Winklevoss twins. They filed a civil suit against him, convinced that Shrem made these purchases—which include a $2 million house and luxury cars—using the Bitcoins he had stolen from them in 2012. Shrem Worked for the Winklevoss Twins Before Lawsuit The twins hired…

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Cryptocurrency 

Winklevoss Lawsuit | Lawyer States Shrem Committed ‘No Misconduct’

Earlier this month, the NY Times reported that the crypto-famous Winklevoss twins have accused Bitcoin Foundation founder Charlie Shrem of Bitcoin fraud. The Winklevoss lawsuit has now turned into a heated battle between both parties. Winklevoss Lawsuit According to the report by the NT Times, Shrem made several lavish purchases in 2018, that caught the attention of the Olympian twins. The pair filed a civil lawsuit against Shrem accusing him of stealing thousands of Bitcoin from them in 2012. “Either Shrem has been incredibly lucky and successful since leaving prison, or—more likely—he…

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