Tezos’ CEO Kathleen Breitman promised to launch the platform “in a matter of weeks”, regardless of the ongoing legal troubles. #NEWS
SEC denies request for info on Tezos in lawsuit against the controversial company #NEWS
The SEC’s denial of a FOIA request for records about the troubled blockchain project does not state that Tezos is under investigation.
Just because you haven’t gotten a subpoena from The Man in the month since your decentralized cheese token went live, it doesn’t mean you won’t.
Tezos may be embroiled in a back-room brawl, but what does this mean for the funds raised at ICO? The answer to that question isn’t so clear.
Tezos continues to struggle with legitimacy of its public face as fresh news for its future is abruptly deleted by Foundation president Johann Gevers. #NEWS
Up to 870% returns in average within 3-4 months – that is how the five largest ICO ended the year of 2017.
The Tezos organization is being sued for a fourth time, in this case to freeze the funds raised during its ICO.
Having been spawned in a predominantly male technology sector, Bitcoin’s evolution is seeing it open up to more and more powerful women who are making an impact in the cryptocurrency market.
The Tezos ICO initiative has been pretty interesting to keep an eye on. Although things are not going exactly as planned, the project is still not dead and buried either. Despite the ongoing class action lawsuits, things may yet come together in the end. To cover their legal expenses, the Tezos founders are looking to the Tezos Foundation. Whether or not their […]
The Tezos project founders reportedly asked their foundation to pay for their legal bills after being sued multiple times. The foundation said no.
Things have gone from bad to worse as far as the Tezos ICO is concerned. After facing a major class-action lawsuit already, a second lawsuit has now been filed. There are evidently a lot of people who aren’t too happy with how this project is being run. It is apparent this situation will only get worse as time […]
Class-action litigators in the U.S. appear to be positioning for a potential pop in the hot initial coin offering market.
The woes of the Tezos group continue, as another class action lawsuit has been filed, but this time in the state of Florida.
Tezos, a company with over half a billion dollars in crypto assets, have been rocked by yet another lawsuit. Following a record-breaking ICO four months ago, founders Arthur and Kathleen Breitman have endured a torrid time after falling out with the head of the Tezos Foundation. Concerned investors filed a class action lawsuit on October 25. […]