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Dekrypt Capital LLC et al v. Uphold Ltd. et al: Amended Complaint

Amended Complaint alleging "Defendants promoted, offered, and sold unregistered and non-exempt securities, called Universal Protocol Tokens, in the United States and in violation of federal and state securities laws" in Dekrypt Capital LLC, of Delaware; Dekrypt Master Fund LP, of the British Virgin Islands; Dekrypt Ventures I LP, of the British Virgin Islands; Arrington XRP Capital Cayman SPV Ltd., of the Cayman Islands, and Arrington Capital Management LLC, of Washington state v. Uphold Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; Uphold Inc., of Washington state; Uphold HQ Inc., of South Carolina; Juan Pablo Thieriot, of San Francisco, California, and Daniel Schatt, of San Mateo County, California, at the Superior Court of Washington for King County.

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Uphold Ltd.;Uphold Inc.;Uphold HQ Inc.;Juan Pablo Thieriot;Daniel Schatt


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Dekrypt Capital LLC;Dekrypt Master Fund LP;Dekrypt Ventures I LP;Arrington XRP Capital Cayman SPV Ltd.;Arrington Capital Management LLC



November 13, 2020

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