Former BitMEX CEO, Arthur Hayes, surrendered himself to US authorities in Hawaii and was later released after posting a $10 million bond.
The founder of the BitMEX cryptocurrency exchange, Arthur Hayes, will surrender to the US authorities on April 6, 2021.
One of the founders of the BitMEX exchange, Ben Delo, surrendered to the US authorities and was subsequently released on a $20 million bail.
The price of Dogecoin cryptocurrency has gained almost 50% in price in less than an hour after the a series of tweets by Elon Musk.
BitMEX has hired a new CEO Alexander Höptner —a veteran of the German stock exchange world—to replace the former chief executive Arthur Hayes.
BitMEX and its founders have been hit with yet another lawsuit that alleges racketeering, money laundering, and market manipulation.
A civil lawsuit against BitMEX officials alleges that they looted over $440 million after receiving information about the ongoing investigations.
This week, attention was focused on the drama that rocked te crypto market, OKEx crypto withdrawal suspension and BitMEX owners indictment.
A few days after being charged and arrested by the US Department of Justice, BitMEX ex-CTO Samuel Reed has been released on a $5 million bond.
BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes has stepped down, following CTFC charges of money laundering and illegally operating an unlicensed exchange.