Gregg Bennett is suing Bittrex for allowing someone to walk off with almost 100 BTC, currently worth around $1 million, this past April.
Across the globe, a great deal of attention is being placed on the ecosystems from everyday people to the highest levels of government.
Bittrex customers hoped recent news might mean the exchange could reopen to New York, but that’s not the case.
The Bitcoin ecosystem continues to advance at a steady pace as it becomes more mature and integrated into everyday life.
Currently known as Bittrex International, the exchange is shutting down shop in Malta to relocate to the European microstate of Liechtenstein.
The exchange will officially shut down operations on October 29, blaming it on regulatory uncertainty.
Bittrex has partnered with Chainalysis to employ their blockchain solution that will analyze all transactions, flagging those that are potentially high risk.
Bittrex has almost achieved their goal of expanding across the United States, now having added Delaware to their list of licensed regions.
Bittrex has started operation in Liechtenstein, chosing the country it for its strong regulatory body and financial history.