Cryptsy chief denies theft

The Cryptsy CEO Paul Vernon commented on the allegations now, Bitcoins worth several million dollars on his private account transferred to have. The trading platform for digital currencies It was closed at the beginning of the year following an alleged hacker attack. In a statement, Vernon said that the statement of the court-appointed liquidator “misleading” and argued that the dubious bank accounts came through a mixture of personal and business accounts to pass.

The charges resulted from a class action against the Cryptsy CEO, filed earlier this year in Florida. Cryptsy is already collapsed at the beginning of the year. Already many months ago users reported the exchange of problems with the withdrawals. The platform founded the insolvency then a hacker attack in 2014, said to have been stolen in the digital currencies in million height. At other points, such as the alleged deletion of evidence on the Cryptsy servers before the liquidator could get access to it, to Vernon declined to comment.

However, Vernon accuses the managers to conceal important information on the case and others, in turn harmful for him information to make public. He said: “I do not know why the liquidator only lists information for the benefit of the applicant here.” Representatives of the applicants were currently available for comment.

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