The crypto trading platform Coinseed is shutting down operations according to a written statement from the company’s CEO Delgerdalai Davaasambuu. A court order secured by New York Attorney General Letitia James told Coinseed to halt all of its operations. Following the announcement of the shutdown, Coinseed’s CEO said he created an ERC20 token called “FLJ” that’s dedicated to Attorney James “and her cronies.”
New York Attorney General Letitia James Obtains Court Order, Agency Claims 170 Complaints Filed
Coinseed is calling it quits after the firm was served with a court order to continue “a mandated pause” on operations. Bitcoin.com News reported during the first week of May when James announced that the attorney general took “legal action” against Coinseed. The platform was also instructed by the U.S. government to “immediately halt” all operations.
The court order obtained by the New York Attorney General (NYAG) and the press release that followed, said that the shutdown is meant to ensure the “protection of investors’ money going forward.” Moreover, the NYAG claimed it obtained more than 170 complaints from investors involved with Coinseed operations.
“When platforms operating illegally in New York seek to trade on investors’ money, we will use every tool at our disposal to stop their unlawful actions,” said Attorney General James. “This…