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David Leibowitz et al v. iFinex Inc. et al: Class Action Complaint

Class Action Complaint alleging cryptocurrency-based fraud, market manipulation, and RICO in David Leibowitz, of West Palm Beach, Florida; Benjamin Leibowitz, of New York, NY; Jason Leibowitz, of New York, NY; Aaron Leibowitz, of Westchester, NY, and Pinchas Goldshtein, of Miami, Florida v. iFinex Inc., of the British Virgin Islands; BFXNA Inc., of the British Virgin Islands; BFXWW Inc., of the British Virgin Islands; Tether Holdings Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Tether Operations Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Tether Limited, of Hong Kong; Tether International Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; DigFinex Inc., of the British Virgin Islands; Philip G. Potter, a resident of New York; Giancarlo Devasini, a citizen of Italy; Ludovicus Jan van der Velde, a citizen of the Netherlands; Reginald Fowler, a citizen of the United States; Crypto Capital Corp., of Panama, and Global Trade Solutions AG, of Switzerland, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

File Size: 58.76 MB





Cryptocurrencies;Litigation;Securities & Investment



iFinex Inc.;BFXNA Inc.;BFXWW Inc.;Tether Holdings Limited;Tether Operations Limited;Tether Limited;Tether International Limited;DigFinex Inc.;Philip G. Potter;Giancarlo Devasini;Ludovicus Jan van der Velde;Reginald Fowler;Crypto Capital Corp.;Global Trade Solutions AG


Court Name - US Federal:

New York - Southern District Court


Fraud;Money Laundering



David Leibowitz;Benjamin Leibowitz;Jason Leibowitz;Aaron Leibowitz;Pinchas Goldshtein



October 06, 2019


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