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Privacy Mixer Tornado Cash Is an Entity, Judge Says

“It is undisputed that Tornado Cash uses smart contracts to provide a layer of privacy for its users by allowing them to deposit crypto assets in one wallet and then withdraw assets from a different wallet. Plaintiffs claim that as of 2020, the smart contracts are immutable, autonomous software applications …

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Sam Bankman-Fried Pleads Not Guilty to Latest Indictment

Tuesday’s arraignment comes amid requests from the defense team to let Bankman-Fried meet with his attorneys and internet-enabled laptops at the U.S. Attorney’s office every weekday. Judge Lewis Kaplan, who is overseeing the case, ruled Monday that Bankman-Fried could meet with his attorneys until 3:00 p.m. EDT today at the …

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Prosecutors File Proposed Jury Instructions for Sam Bankman-Fried Trial

Prosecutors filed the document, titled «the government’s requests to charge,» late Monday, adapting from various previous sets of jury instructions including past statements from Judge Lewis Kaplan, the Southern District of New York judge overseeing Bankman-Fried’s case. The FTX founder faces seven different charges, ranging from wire, securities and commodities …

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XRP Ruling Needs Appeals Court Review, SEC Says

«The rulings that the SEC seeks to appeal were legal determinations about the existence of investment contracts based on undisputed facts. The undisputed facts (e.g., Order at 23 (Programmatic Sales are ‘blind bid/ask transactions’)) present a legal question – can an issuer’s offers and sales on crypto asset trading platforms …

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