Complaint alleging fraud in Taylor Thomson, described as a citizen of Canada residing in England v. Persistence Technologies (BVI) Pte Ltd., described as a British Virgin Islands company based in Singapore; Tushar Aggarwal, and Ashley Richardson at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
BlockFi Trading LLC v. Connecticut Banking Commissioner Jorge Perez: Complaint (‘Money Transmitter License’)
Complaint to enforce an automatic stay of administrative proceedings to revoke a money transmitter license or, alternatively, "a finding that the Department violated Section 525 by its actions to revoke BlockFi’s monetary transmission license and assess civil penalties" in BlockFi Trading LLC" v. Jorge L. Perez, solely in his official capacity as Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Banking, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.
Complaint alleging "Defendants’'theft of $232,792.66 worth of digital assets held by Plaintiff" via "an increasingly common and sophisticated fraudulent scheme known as a "pig-butchering scam," wherein victims such as Plaintiff are "fattened" for financial "slaughter" by tricking the victim into giving cryptocurrency to the scammer through the creation of a website designed to mimic a legitimate cryptocurrency exchange" in Brian Hoop, of Iowa v. Emma Doe, described as "a resident of the People's Republic of China"; John Does 1-XX, believed to be "residents of the People's Republic of China"; 177.7621 Ether, and MEXC Global LLC, of Delaware, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa.
Complaint alleging the loss of crypto valued at $20,108 due to fraud in David Nyarko v. Coinbase Inc. and Does 1-12 at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York.
Complaint in Volodymyr Braychenko, a resident of Ukraine v. Vladimir A. Rodionov at the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles.
Criminal Complaint alleging "a scheme to defraud" crypto exchanges and banks in USA v. Rayan Sharaf, a.k.a. Feras Ghousheh, described as "a Middle-Eastern male born in 1968", at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
SEC's Emergency Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Binance Holdings Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; BAM Trading Services Inc., of Delaware; BAM Management US Holdings Inc., of Delaware, and Changpeng Zhao, described in the complaint as a citizen of Canada residing in Singapore, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Complaint in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Coinbase Inc. and Coinbase Global Inc., both of Delaware, described as operators of "the largest crypto asset trading platform in the United States", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Class Action Complaint in Michael Osterer in BAM Trading Services Inc., d.b.a. Binance.US, of Delaware, and Binance Holdings Ltd., d.b.a. Binance, of the Cayman Islands, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Complaint alleging "Defendants' blatant disregard of the federal securities laws and the investor and market protections these laws provide" in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Binance Holdings Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; BAM Trading Services Inc., of Delaware; BAM Management US Holdings Inc., of Delaware, and Changpeng Zhao, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Singapore, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
The Cayman Islands liquidators and Singapore judicial manager of three firms whose group - which also includes entities in Hong Kong, Malta, and Seychelles - allegedly perpetrated a $30 million fraud via its Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) crypto platform have applied for Chapter 15 bankruptcy recognition in the United States.
Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of Foreign Main Proceedings in the Cayman Islands and Singapore by Angela Barkhouse, Kim Leck, and Luke Furler, all of Quantuma, as the Foreign Representatives of Atom Holdings (in Provisional Liquidation), AAX Asia Private Limited (Under Interim Judicial Management), and AAX Singapore Private Limited (Under Interim Judicial Management), described as being part of a group that "engaged in the cryptocurrency business, offering saving, spot, and futures trading", filed at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida.
USA v. $58M in U.S. Account Belonging to Bahamas-Based Deltec Bank and Trust: Seizure Application (‘Crypto Fraud & Money Laundering Investigation’)
Application by the USA for a warrant to seize $58 million at Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation in the name of Deltec Bank and Trust (Bahamas) that "represents the proceeds of wire fraud and/or is property involved in money laundering", filed at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Complaint in BlockFi Lending LLC v. Digistar Norway AS, of Norway; Nessim-Sariel Gaon, described as a resident of London, England, and Fiorenzo Manganiello, described as a resident of Geneva, Switzerland, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.
USA's Petition to disclose "Grand Jury Materials" regarding a criminal investigation into "Conti ransomware" to the "General Public Prosecutor's Office Frankfurt am Main" in Germany, filed at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Writ of Summons and Statement of Claim for "loss and damage in excess of US$8,000,000" with in BlueFlame Digital Capital Management, formerly Stonegate Digital Asset Capital Management LLC, of Georgia, USA v. ODIN88 GP Ltd., acting in its capacity as GP of the ODIN88 Crypto Master Fund (Cayman) LP, at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Notice of Voluntary Dismissal in Cerebellum Networks Inc. v. Kenzi Wang and Does 1-10 at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Complaint in Mohammed ElSeidy, a resident of Canada v. Mohamed ElKasstawi at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Complaint alleging "a sophisticated global internet cryptocurrency fraud and conversion scheme" in Charles Leslie Stilwell v. Defendant '1', a.k.a. Amity Zhang, a.k.a. Zhang Xiaojie, described as "a foreign defendant in China", and John Does 1-20 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Just six months after he was sued for allegedly promoting Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX crypto scheme, retired basketball star Shaquille O'Neal is being sued again - for $5 million - regarding another alleged crypto fraud, this one that he allegedly founded and controlled, called 'Astrals Project'.
Class Action Complaint alleging fraud involving a crypto enterprise called Astrals Project in Daniel Harper v. Shaquille O'Neal at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
USA v. Sergei Potapenko et al: USA’s Motion to Compel BlockFi’s Compliance With Seizure Warrants (‘$575M Crypto Fraud’)
USA's Motion to Compel BlockFi to Comply with Seizure Warrants in USA v. Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turõgin, both citizens of Estonia, at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Complaint by residents of Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and USA alleging a $30 million crypto securities fraud in Brian Abbott, Ian Abbott, Richard Alleyne, Hamza Alshawabka, Brian Angiuli, Ronnie Arefieg, Justin Arends, Alex Atwood, Margarita Ayrapetyan, Narbik Babakhanian, Victor Omar Baez, Michael Bahra, Julian Bailey, Sirus Bakhtiar, Joan Barnard, Lee Barnett, Kevin Barrera, Chrystel Bassett-Simmonds, Drew Bassler, Alyssa Baum, Eric Bell, Alfonso Beltrame, Ryan Benker, Jason Bicknell, Moe Billah, Catherine Blair, David Blumenthal, Tyler Boardman, Guillaume Bouchard, Christopher Bowerbank, Lorenzo Boyice, William Brachey, Judy Brassfield, Peter Burkhard, Matthew Burton, Roy Cabrera, Anthony Caeton, Jo Ann Cantu, Brent Carr, Michael Carr, Peter Celnicker, James Chatziapostolou, Scott Chesley, Bob Chinn, Richard Christie, Eddie Chung, Dominic Cirigliano, Kevin Clancy, Wendi Cocita, Kris Collins, Ryan Cosenza, Allison Cowart, Patricia Cowart, Michael Coyne, Michael Damian, Tara Daniels, Lorenzo de Leo, Jaymie Deboucherville, Mathew DeCesare, Frank Deh, Harsha Dhananjay, Michelle Diaz, John Dick, Owen Dockham, Adrian Doms, Matthias Doms, Galen Drace, Jason Dunning, Abhishek Dwivedi, Matthew Edwards, Kevin Elrod, Edward Emielita, Joanne Evans, Experience Better Living LLC, Mark Fagan, Brandon Farmer, John Ferrone, FL Landco Investments LLC, Santiago Flores Rabasa, Blake Fosenburg, Mark Foster, James Freitas, Ryan Freyling, Hengyi Gao, Rene Garcia, Kyle Geiger, Alexa Genovas, Michelle Girardi, Augustus Gordon-Davy, Darron Grier, Gary Grimm, Josefina Guanchez, Nicholas Habib, Tomas Hajach, Nathaniel Harder, Garreth Hardy, Norbert Hausmann, Tuan Hoang, Stephen Holley, Gary Hoover Jr., Christopher Hubbard, Kent Hulet, Kenneth Hyer, Joe Izzo, Elliott Jarnutowski, Ryan Jarnutowski, Kashif Jawed, Joshua Jones, Melanie Joscelyne, Bartosz Kalisz, Michael Kay, Nicole Keane, Mathias Köttner, Eugene Kramer, Nicholas Kringas, Novak Krueger, Matthew Lau, Nazareno Leon, Stevie Liddington, David G. Littlechild, Stephen Lockhart, Jack Lyle, Pedro Maia, Marian Majer, Lwok Tin Man, Anthony Maniscalco, Justin Margedant, Maja Markovic, Lee Marks, Saundra Marks, Cassandra Mazur, Paola Mazzoni, Sean McLeod, Cyril Means, Eric Mechler, Robert Medina, Simon Melin, Marschall Meusel, Michelle Mikolis, Kenneth Miller, Sjaak Miltenburg, Abdiweli Mohamed, Daniel Montazem, Bas Mulder, Jeffrey Nakamura, Richard Nappi, Steven Natsios, Lee Newsome, Tuyet Nguyen, Alex Norton, Darren O'Sullivan, Christiana Okhipo, Jonathan Ortega, Hayriye Osman, Keira Palmer, Luciano Parisius, Paul Parratt, Ann Marie Patero, Glen Cameron Patrick, Aaron Patterson, Andrew Persaud, Tracey Phillips, Leandri Pieterse, Jimmy Pineda, Pinegate Investments LLC, Batuhan Potukoglu, Ersan Potukoglu, Steven Pound, Andrea Quigley, James Quigley, Amber Quinton, Juma Rajab, Timea Rajko, Bryce Ralph, Louis Raskin, Erna Reid, Heriberto Reynoso, Maureen Richards, Robert Berry Bankruptcy Estate, Stephen Roberts, Norton Robinson, Massiel Rojas, Mary Rose, Viviana Rozo, Dmitry Rutenberg, John Sahli, Neville Samson, Chad Saunders, Brent Schroeder, Carter Schroeder, Alexander Sergeev, David Shapiro, Bryan Shelton, Ankur Shukla, Michael Simpson, Jason Siruchek, Bernard Smith, Dean Smith, John Sniadecki, Chris Spafford, Devin Spaulding, Sam Stamp, Penny Steele, Justin Sterling, Cosmin Stoian, Kenneth Bryn Swartz, Martyn John Taylor, The Node Estate Pty Ltd., Mitchell Tromp, Yiu Ming Tse, Darren Tsuchiya, Robert Urban, Steven van der Peijl, Jaïr van Eer, Dan Van Zandt, Kasio Varma, Jhovany Leon Vazquez, Sean Villa, Anthony Villani, Aron Walker, Ericka Walker, Paul Walsh, Asiark Washington, Derik Washington, Jeremaine Westerlow, Billy Wynn, Noah Zarnow, Daniel Zureikat, and David Zylberberg v. Strongblock, David Moss, Brian Abramson, Corey Lederer, Konstantin Shkut, and John Does 1-5 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Complaint alleging the theft of $1.3 million derived from the sale of crypto tokens in Cerebellum Networks Inc., described as "a crypto token business" v. Kenzi Wang, described as a resident of Dubai and a former "advisor and independent contractor" to the plaintiff, and Does 1-10 at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
First Amended Complaint alleging the theft of crypto worth $862,685 in Marco Ohlin and Natasha Paracha v. Defendant “1” a/k/a “Selina” and John Does 1-20, as yet unidentified Individuals, Business Entities and/or Unincorporated Associations at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida.
Complaint in Alameda Research Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; West Realm Shires Inc., and West Realm Shires Services Inc., both of Delaware v. Michael Giles, Harland Group LLC, Propel Venture Partners, LLC Propel Venture Partners US Fund I, L.P., LGF II, L.P., Buckley Ventures GP, LLC Buckley Ventures, LP, Laurence Beal, Y Combinator ES20, LLC, Acrew Capital MGP, LLC Acrew Capital Fund, L.P., Homebrew Ventures III, LP, SWS Holding Company, LLC, Treasury Fund I, LP, Bain Capital Venture Fund 2019 LP, Fund I, a series of 20VC, LP, Soma Capital Fund III Partners LLC SOMA Capital Fund, III, LP, Kerr Investment Holdings Pty Ltd atf The Kerr Family Trust, The 2016 Karkal Family Trust, YCC20, L.P., Yaselleraph Finance Pty Ltd atf Yaselleraph Finance Trust, S20, a series of Chris Golda Investments, LP, Launchpad Capital Fund I LP, Motivate Ventures QP Fund I, LP, Liquid 2 Ventures Fund II, L.P., Correlation Ventures II, L.P., Adapt VC LLC, AAVCF3 LP, Basecamp Fund 201 via Alumni Ventures Group Embedded Trust, The Gardner 2008 Living Trust, Cathexis Subsidiaries GP, LLC, Cathexis Ventures LP, Craig Shindledecker, Operator Partners, LLC, Acrew Capital Fund (A), L.P., Motivate Ventures Motivate Ventures Fund I, LP, Adam Boryenace, Stuart Sopp, VentureSouq Capital SPC o/b/o VSQ SP 59 (YCS20), Jonathan Weiner, James Nichols, Peter T. Lawler Living Trust, Carol H. Duggan Revocable Living Trust, KV5 Pty Ltd a/t/f KV5 Trust, Michael Ferrari, Stanton Camp, Mike McGee, BCIP Venture Associates II, L.P., Aaron Frank, Benjamin Londergan, Jonathan Christodoro, Z Perret Trust, Paul Akhil, Fairchild Fund III, LLC, BCV 2019-MD Primary, L.P., Kamran Ansari, BCIP Venture Associates II-B, L.P., Monique Saugstad, Christopher Young, Derek Clark, Joshua Allen Slate, Justin Lovero, Tana Lawler, Tim Millar, Dena Wever, John Dwyer, Brandon Mann, David Meents, Lindsey Boerner, Brent Johnson, David Streckert, Kiara Baudoin, TI Platform NLI Venture Limited II, Torch Capital II, LP, PruVen Capital Partners Fund I, LP, Fin VC Regatta I, LP, TI Platform Fund II, LP, Thomas G. Miglis Revocable Trust, Alumni Ventures Group - Embedded Financial Trust A, Philippe Jabre, Silverstone Venture Investments Limited, EM Fund I, a series of Chris Golda Investments, LP, TriplePoint Private Venture Credit Inc., Fund 1, a Series of Not Boring Capital, LP, Warren Lowell Putnam & Brynn Jinnett Putnam, Tenants in Common, TriplePoint Ventures 5 LLC, Embedfi June 2021, a Series of Party Round LLC, TriplePoint Venture Lending Fund, LLC, Joe Percoco, Clayton Gardner, Kick the Hive LLC, Stephen Harper, Samuel Jones, Jonathan Duarte, Christian Nordby, Christopher Harper, Paul Trone, Matthew Lyon, and Transpose Platform Fintech Fund II, L.P. at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
Alameda Research Ltd. et al v. Rocket Internet Capital Partners II SCS et al: Complaint (‘$6.9M Fraudulent Transfers’)
Complaint in Alameda Research Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; West Realm Shires Inc., and West Realm Shires Services Inc., both of Delaware v. Rocket Internet Capital Partners II SCS, Rocket Internet Capital Partners (Euro) II SCS, GFC Global Founders Capital GmbH, GFC Global Founders Capital GmbH & Co., Beteiligungs KG Nr. 1, William Hockey Living Trust, and 9Yards Capital Investments II LP at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
Complaint to void "fraudulent transfers" in Alameda Research Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; West Realm Shires Inc., of Delaware, and West Realm Shires Services Inc., of Delaware v. Samuel Bankman-Fried, Nishad Singh, and Zixiao 'Gary' Wang at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
Complaint alleging "Defendants stole cryptocurrency from Plaintiff valued at $2,036,125.00 pursuant to a sophisticated global internet cryptocurrency fraud and conversion scheme" in Bruce Jae Polansky v. Defendants '1', a.k.a. Alice Li, and John Does at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Complaint alleging "Defendants stole cryptocurrency from Plaintiff of an approximate value of $1,140,487.46 pursuant to a sophisticated global internet cryptocurrency fraud and conversion scheme" in Shikha Dubey v. Defendant '1', a.k.a. Michael Mario Mandoza, and John Does 1-20 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Complaint alleging "defendants stole cryptocurrency from Plaintiff valued at approximately $5,685,886.00 pursuant to a sophisticated global internet cryptocurrency fraud and conversion scheme" in Din Yuan Steven Sun v. Defendant '1', a.k.a. Chen 'Jay' Han, and John Does 1-20 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Silvergate Capital Corporation Securities Litigation: Amended Consolidated Class Action Complaint (‘Crypto Fraud’)
Amended Consolidated Class Action Complaint in Indiana Public Retirement System, Boston Retirement System, Public School Teachers' Pension & Retirement Fund of Chicago, International Union of Operating Engineers Local No. 793 Members Pension Benefit Trust of Ontario, UMC Benefit Board, Inc. and Wespath Institutional Investments LLC, both as administrative trustees of the Wespath Funds Trust; Bucks County Employees Retirement Fund, Jacob Guz, and John Thomas v. Silvergate Capital Corporation, Karen F. Brassfield, Robert C. Campbell, Canaccord Genuity LLC, Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Paul D. Colucci, Compass Point Research & Trading LLC, Craig-Hallum Capital Group LLC, Thomas C. Dircks, Kathleen M. Fraher, Dennis S. Frank, Goldberg-Flores LLC, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, Aanchal Gupta, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc., Alan J. Lane, Michael Lempres, Antonio Martino, Scott Reed, Benjamin C. Reynolds, Colleen Sullivan, UBS Securities LLC, Wedbush Securities Inc., and Wedbush Securities LLC at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
Mislav Basic et al v. BProtocol Foundation et al: Class Action Complaint (‘Crypto Securities Fraud’)
Class Action Complaint in Mislav Basic, Nathan Gruber, Oren Gruber, Kevin Boudreau, Daniel Schwaibold, Alex Thomas, Gregory Thomas, and Benjamin Ayers v. BProtocol Foundation, of Switzerland and Israel; Bancor DAO, of Switzerland; Galia Benartzi, Guy Benartzi, Eyal Hertzog, and Yehuda Levi, all described as residents of Israel, at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.
Complaint in Eftychios Theodorakis v. Dfinity Dtiftung, a.k.a. Dfinity Foundation; Dominic Williams, and Gian Bochsler, all of Switzerland, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Complaint in Sunwoo Lee and Myunga Cho v. Com2uS Holdings, of South Korea; Com2uS Corp., of South Korea, and Com2uS USA Inc., of California, USA, at the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles.
Amended Class Action Complaint in Louis Zhao v. Eqonex Limited, described as “a Singapore-domiciled digital assets financial services company”; Binance Group, described as “the world’s leading blockchain ecosystem and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider”; Bitfinity UAB, described as “a payments technology company, incorporated in the Republic of Lithuania”; Jonathan Farnell, Daniel Ling, Almira Gemmell, Yu Helen Hai, and Changpeng Zhao at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Chapter 11 Petition by Desolation Holdings LLC, of Bellevue, Washington, USA; Bittrex, Inc., of Seattle, Washington, USA; Bittrex Malta Holdings Ltd., and Bittrex Malta Ltd., both of Malta, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
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Complaint "to obtain an order compelling Goldberg to honor BKCoin Capital LP and BKCoin’s contractual obligations to Kang, indemnify Kang, and advance him expenses that he has incurred and will incur going forward under the Amended LP Agreement" in Kevin Kang v. BKCoin Management LLC, BKCoin Capital LP, and Michael Goldberg at the U.. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Complaint in Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Celsius Network LLC v. Celsius Network Limited, described as "a United Kingdom private limited company with offices in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Israel, and Las Vegas, Nevada", at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Forfeiture Complaint in USA v. 0.28364161 Bitcoin and 70429.05 Tether linked to an alleged fake 'Microsoft Technician' fraud against a 69-year-old resident of Texas at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
Stockholder Derivative Complaint alleging breach of fiduciary duty and unjust enrichment in Adam Grabski, derivatively on behalf of Coinbase Global Inc. v. Marc Andreessen, Brian Armstrong, Surojit Chatterjee, Emilie Choi, Frederick Ernset Ehrsam III, Alesia J. Haas, Kathryn Haun, Jennifer Jones, and Fred Wilson, as Defendants, and Coinbase Global Inc., as Nominal Defendant, at the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware.
Class Action Complaint "to redress and curtail Defendants’ unlawful collections, obtainments, use, storage, and disclosure of Plaintiff’s sensitive and proprietary biometric identifiers and/or biometric information" in Michael Massel v. Coinbase and Does at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Du Capital v. CashBet Alderney Ltd. et al: Petition to Confirm $3.6M Arbitration Award (‘Fraudulent Initial Coin Offering’)
Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award in Du Capital Limited Company, Gamblepod SPV, Nirvana Capital Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Noobie LLC, Winslow Strong, and Yat Chun Yu v. CashBet Alderney Ltd., Mobile Gaming Technologies Inc., Fred Hsu, Mike Reaves, and George Weinberg at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.