After another lawsuit against the cryptocurrency company BitConnect, the district court in the state of Kentucky imposed a temporary block on her account.
According to the court, BitConnect also required to disclose the addresses of cryptocurrency wallets, exchange accounts and the identities of all to whom company has sent the digital currency in the last 90 days.
In pursuance of a court order BitConnect given 10 days. In addition to the disclosure BitConnect International PLC, BitConnect LTD, BitConnect Trading LTD and Ryan Maasen is prohibited from transferring any assets until, until they get the permission of the court.
The plaintiff, a resident of Kentucky Brian Paige, filed a lawsuit on behalf of the investor BitConnect, noting that bitcoin and other crypto-currency assets were converted into coins BitConnect (BCC), when the company announced the closing of its exchange. Then the token BCC was $ 300, but after the suspension work platform and the filing of lawsuits plummeted to $ 6.
The court found that the plaintiffs will not be able to recover their funds, if the assets BitConnect will not be frozen, but a temporary ban «in the interest of society, because it is interested in preventing massive fraud and other securities violations».
According to the materials of the case, «a temporary ban was imposed without notice to the defendants to maintain the status quo and prevent irreparable harm until, until the court can hold a hearing.»
The amount of blocked funds on the accounts is not reported.