New York Supreme Court Grants Bitfinex’s Motion to Modify Injunction
Aaron Wood's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 42%
Justice Joel Cohen of the New York Supreme Court has granted the Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange's motion to modify an injunction from the New York Attorney General, Bitfinex announced on May 16.Per the announcement, the court order will allow Bitfinex and affiliated stablecoin operator Tether to continue their normal business. "...the Court finds that the preliminary injunction should be tailored to address OAG's legitimate law enforcement concerns while not unnecessarily interfering with Respondents' legitimate business activities." The NYAG originally alleged that Bitfinex lost $850 million and then used funds from Tether to secretly cover the shortfall. Bitfinex subsequently responded to the allegations, stating that they were "Filled with inaccuracies and false assertions." While the motion will allow Bitfinex and Tether to continue their business, it also requires them to turn over information regarding a loan and line of credit.
"This order is a victory in the ongoing defence of our business against the New York Attorney General's office..
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