The conference offers a packed agenda of speeches, presentations and panel discussions from the thought leaders in Bitcoin and blockchain.
CoinGeek Live is right around the corner, the highlight event of the year in the Bitcoin SV calendar.
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.
This CoinGeek conference will be a virtual event, supported by speakers in NYC and London, connected via live stream from London’s Kennington Studios.
The suit points to a University of Texas study, which claims that Bitfinex may have used its Tether to buy large amounts of BTC.
In a letter to a U.S. court, the plaintiffs claim that they have attempted to trace the founders of Status Network to no avail.
The CoinGeek Live conference will take place on Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2020 in New York, highlighting the rapid growth of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) charged Douglas Jae Woo Kim with wire fraud at a New York federal court.
The ruling is the affirmation of a decision allowing the NY Attorney General to proceed with its Martin Act investigation of Bitfinex and Tether.
The New York State Attorney General has received approval to further investigate the Tether "stablecoin" and its web of corporate backers.