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🎭 The Wall Street Journal analyzed 3,300 ICO (initial coin offering) projects and found that 16% of them showed signs of “plagiarism, identity theft, and promises of improbable returns.”
via Cointelegraph

🔚 Japanese Internet solutions giant GMO will no longer develop, manufacture, or sell cryptocurrency mining machines.
via The Block

⚖️ Craig Wright’s recent dismissal motions in regard to a billion-dollar Bitcoin lawsuit where he is named as a defendant were denied.
via Bitcoin.com

👩‍⚖️ Crypto law firm Silver Miller announced the start of a new federal court lawsuit against trader Jeremy Spence, the alleged operator of a crypto Ponzi scheme.
via PR Newswire

🙅🏻‍♂️ Mark Karpeles, a former CEO of now-defunct Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, pleaded not guilty in the final argument for his trial.
via CoinDesk

Cointelegraph
WSJ: Hundreds of Crypto Projects Show Signs of Plagiarism, Fraud and Improbable Returns
A recent study by the WSJ has revealed that hundreds of crypto offerings showed signs of fraudulent activity, improbable returns and plagiarism.