A obvious digital banking financier is suing a Hong Kong website user for some US$570,000 (HK$4.42 million) over an purported crack of agreement, justice papers state.
In a command filed to Hong Kong’s High Court on Wednesday, Roger Keith Ver, registrant and director of a domain name bitcoin.com, claimed OKEX Fintech Company, that supposing online services for internal and general bitcoin trading, had damaged their contractual obligations.
Ver settled that he entered into a agreement on Dec 15, 2014 with OKEX, in that a internal organisation concluded to conduct and work bitcoin.com on interest of Ver by a domain name Okcoin.com.
OKEX’s services enclosed redesigning a bitcoin.com website, behaving hunt engine optimisation and appropriation advertisers.
Ver claims a agreement commanded that both parties would concur for a smallest of 5 years and would separate revenues. However, he settled a online use association refused to compensate a monthly sums only 3 months into a contract.
The obvious bitcoin celebrity is seeking US$10,000 (HK$77,557) for any of remaining 57 months of a concluded five-year agreement – totalling US$570,000.
Ver also claimed that a contested chronicle of a agreement was a forgery. He said