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Over the past fortnight two class-action lawsuits have been filed against BitConnect and several top investor promoters. The first class-action, filed in Kentucky, is moving along with surprising speed. Following the filing of an amended complaint on June 30th, BitConnect insider Joshua Jeppesen and affiliate Ryan Maasen have been added as defendants. Jeppesen, officially credited [Continue reading...]

Source: Bitconnect Florida trial date set, prelim injunction sought in Kentucky

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