Whenever the curtain is pulled back on the operations of Tether, the representations made by its executives change dramatically.
With a large portion of the "money" flowing into digital asset markets recently coming from USDT, any regulatory action against it could have a large negative impact, Jon Southurst writes.
Reginald Fowler has been embroiled in a legal battle for months over his involvement in the Crypto Capital/Bitfinex case.
New York Attorney General Letitia James has requested a New York court to extend the deadline for documents submission by iFinex Inc., the parent company of Bitfinex and Tether.
Reginald Fowler has been accused of misleading his lawyers regarding his financial status, having paid just $25,000 since the case started in 2018.
Former player and football league investor Reginald Fowler saw his legal team submit a motion to withdrawing their representation in the case.
Blockstream perpetuates the problems faced by Bitcoin knockoffs and then offers its own solution to those problems, while attempting to destroy and censor the better solutions that already exist.
Reginald Fowler is looking to renew his plea talks with U.S. prosecutors, eight months after rejecting the first plea deal.
Attorney General Letitia James’s request seeking a conference before the New York Supreme Court has now been granted.
The NYAG’s office claimed that it had failed to resolve the matter with the digital currency exchange, necessitating the latest legal action.
The plaintiffs have failed to directly tie Bitfinex to the trading accounts accused of manipulation, according to the digital currency exchange.