Jesse Powell, CEO of Kraken exchange, is under fire for admitting he used money laundering tactics to dodge mainstream financial platforms’ compliance crackdowns.
Kraken has opened the floor up to LinkedIn in its search for a new board member, although the job posting is suspiciously scant on details.
Kraken’s CEO Jesse Powell keeps talking about QuadrigaCX, because he feels the embarrassing case holds important lessons for the cryptocurrency industry.
QuadrigaCX bizzare case lends itself to a lot of speculation, and Kraken CEO Jesse Powell isn’t afraid to partake.
On Thursday, a lawsuit was filed in Florida’s Southern District against a group of cryptocurrency heavyweights alleging intentional fraud and market manipulation surrounding the recent Bitcoin Cash BCH update.
The cryptocurrency world was rocked Thursday by the announcement of a huge lawsuit that was launched by United American Corp. (UAC) against a large number of Bitcoin Cash BCH supporters.
Bitmain, its co-founder Jihan Wu, along with his “team of conspirators” including Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver, ABC lead developer Amaury Sechet, Kraken and its CEO, Jesse Powell, will have a lot to answer for. On Thursday, a lawsuit was filed before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida accusing the group of fraud and market manipulation.
Several exchanges are being targeted by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a new inquiry, a move that Kraken co-founder Jesse Powell described as “insulting.”