A lawsuit filed in Hong Kong's High Court claimed Zhao Changpeng, founder of cryptocurrency exchange giant Binance, violated an exclusivity agreement it had with Sequoia Capital by engaging with another venture capital firm.
The lawsuit claimed Cryptsy CEO Paul Vernon was able to convert the stolen cryptocurrency through his Coinbase accounts between 2014 and 2016.
Martin Lewis is suing Facebook in the UK High Court for defamation, claiming the social media network published well over 50 fake advertisements that used Lewis's image to promote a fake product or investment scams.
Chinese technology company Xunlei has become the subject of several class action lawsuits from investors who have bought the company’s digital token, LinkToken.
JPMorgan Chase and Co has been slapped with a lawsuit on the exorbitant interest rates it allegedly charged a client who purchased cryptocurrency in Idaho.
Law firm Silver Miller is suing to have the Nano altcoin conduct a hard fork that could “reset” the digital currency’s amount to where it was prior to the theft of 17 million Nano coins, worth around $187 million, in February.
A number of cryptocurrency associations from South Korea, Russia and China have decided to file a class action lawsuit against internet advertising companies and social platforms that have decided to ban cryptocurrency and ICO advertisements.