Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Application for Third Party Evidence Preservation Order on Twilio Inc., its subsidiary SendGrid Inc., and Intercom Inc. regarding a complaint alleging fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of contract, and unjust enrichment involving “one of the largest cryptocurrency trading platforms in the world BitMEX” in BMA LLC, of Puerto Rico v. HDR Global Trading Limited, a.k.a. BitMEX, described as a Seychelles-domiciled “holding company” with “more than a dozen affiliates around the world, including in Hong Kong, Singapore, Bermuda, and the United States”; ABS Global Trading Limited, described as being based in San Francisco, California; Arthur Hayes, described as a citizen of the United States based in Hong Kong; Ben Delo, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom based in Hong Kong; and Samuel Reed, described as a citizen of the United States based in Hong Kong, at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Application Bermuda Civil Crypto Documents Fraud Hong Kong Litigation Money Laundering Puerto Rico Seychelles Singapore United Kingdom United States District Court for the Northern District of California Unlicensed Activity USAJune 9, 2020
BMA LLC v. BitMEX et al: Application for Third Party Evidence
TopicsBermuda Crypto Fraud Hong Kong Litigation [ 7 more... ] [ top 5 ]
KeywordsABS Global Trading Limited Andrew Delo Arthur Hayes Ben Delo BitMEX
BMA LLC Circle Partners Cumberland DRW Elfio Guido Capone FalconX Frank Amato G and M Capone Trust Galois Capital HDR Global Trading Limited Intercom Inc. Justin Wong Peter Burchhardt Samuel Reed SendGrid Inc. Twilio Inc. William Bao Bean[ 16 more... ] [ top 5 ]