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The SEC adopted a number of complaints about Coinbase

The complaints took 134 pages.

23.Jun.18 10:03 PM
By Jeff Bannister


The SEC adopted a number of complaints about Coinbase
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the California State Department of Supervision received an extensive list of complaints about the Coinbase exchange. The entire list took 134 pages. According to Mashable, customers complain about the disappearance of funds from accounts and the weak work of technical support. Exchange customers note that representatives of technical support only send out answers to letters with standard formulations, but do not take any action.

One user noted that he had disappeared 17 thousand dollars when transferring funds from one account to another. And attempts to understand the situation did not give anything. Users believe that the company uses disappeared funds to invest its projects. In March, the company sued two collective lawsuits for violating the law on unclaimed property and insider trading Bitcoin Cash.

Earlier it was reported that Coinbase launched a number of tools for institutional investors and even aimed at obtaining a banking license. The acquisition of this license will enable Coinbase to influence the financial industry of the United States as a whole.

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