CFTC v. Blake Kantor et al: Default Judgment

Default judgment regarding an alleged fraud involving a cryptocurrency known as ‘ATM Coin’ in Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Blake Harrison Kantor, a.k.a. Bill Gordon, of New York, NY; Nathan Mullins, of Forest Hills, NY; Blue Bit Banc, described as “a business entity that purports, on its website, to be owned and operated by Biz-E-Bee Services, Ltd. in the U.K.”; Blue Bit Analytics Ltd., apparently of the Turks and Caicos Islands; G. Thomas Client Services, of New York, and Mercury Cove Inc., of New York, as Defendants, and Blue Wolf Sales Consultants, of New York, as Relief Defendant, at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

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    October 23, 2019
    Blake Harrison Kantor, Nathan Mullins, Blue Bit Banc, Blue Bit Analytics Ltd., G. Thomas Client Services, Mercury Cove Inc., Blue Wolf Sales Consultants
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission
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