Bitcoin financier and early preacher Roger Ver is suing a Hong Kong website user for 4.40 million HKD, approx. 567,000 USD, over an purported crack of agreement from a operator’s part.
Roger Ver, an early bitcoin adopter who is now a romantic proponent and financier in bitcoin and a attention is suing OKEX Fintech, a Hong Kong private company, over purported mislaid revenues from Bitcoin.com. Roger Ver is a website’s owner, registrant and administrator.
In papers filed to Hong Kong’s High Court on Wednesday that were performed by a South China Morning Post, Ver claimed that OKEX Fintech had damaged a contractual agreement that saw OKEX conduct and work Bitcoin.com on interest of Ver by a domain name Okcoin.com
OKEX provides online infrastructure and services for internal and general bitcoin trade platforms. In a agreement with Ver, OKEX was obliged for redesigning a website, garnering income from promotion and enhancing a website’s station globally with SEO (search engine optimization).
Court papers uncover that a agreement reached by Ver and OKEX, would