BitMEX charges, Bitcoin stays calm, KuCoin ‘identifies’ hack suspects: Hodler’s Digest, Sept. 28–Oct. 4
CFTC charges BitMEX with illegally operating derivatives exchange
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has charged the derivatives exchange BitMEX with operating an unregistered trading platform and violating Anti-Money Laundering regulations.
A civil enforcement action has been filed against five entities and three individuals who allegedly own and operate the exchange including BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes.
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