Court for the southern district of new York withdrew the arrest of assets early investor in cryptocurrency Charlie Crema in respect of whom the case of assigning a 5000 BTC from the brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. This is evidenced by a court document, writes CoinDesk.
The decision on freezing of assets Crema was delivered on 2 Oct. Also, the U.S. marshals Service sent out instructions for cryptocurrency exchanges, including Xapo, Coinbase, Poloniex, Bittrex, the need for freezing of any assets Charlie Crema in the amount of 5,000 bitcoins.
It is noteworthy that none of the merchant accounts such amount was not. So, Coinbase, Xapo, Digital Asset Holdings, Branch Banking and Trust Company, Noble Markets and itBit announced that do not hold assets of the defendant, on his account Poloniex is $0.41 per bitcoin, but on Bittrex is around $4,44 bitcoin and its fork.
After receiving feedback from financial institutions, the court decided to reject the plaintiff’s claim for imposition of arrest on property of the Respondent.
The claim of the brothers Winklevoss against Srama will be considered by a jury April 8, 2019.
We will remind, Winklevoss Capital Fund accused Crema in assigning 5000 bitcoin that the brothers Winklevoss did not get from the owner in 2012. Charlie Shrem later stated that were at the associated purse 5000 bitcoins belong to an outside person, a certain “Mr. X”, which he helped transfer funds to a cold wallet.
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