Chinese Crypto Investor Sues OKCoin for not Releasing Bitcoin Cash

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Chinese Crypto Investor Sues OKCoin for not Releasing Bitcoin Cash

A Chinese cryptocurrency investor has filed formal charges against digital currency exchange OKCoin for allegedly preventing access to at least 38.748 (BCH), the available balance during the fork on his account, Market Exclusive reported.

The investor, who goes by the name Feng Bin accused the cryptocurrency exchange of stopping him from getting access BCH created after the fork in 2017 at the start of December.

In retaliation, the Chinese exchange dismissed the charges against the firm, defending itself that it prevented the trader access to his Cash because he failed to claim his coins within the prescribed deadline. The report said the OKCoin was unable to inform tra…



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