After the rumor of CNBC’s distributor, Ran Neuner, that Coinbase will soon launch its first public offering, the US based digital currency received positive news about the insider trading charge of last year.

Last August, Bitcoin Cash created its hard fork from the original Bitcoin source code. For investors who have kept their currencies in stock exchanges such as Coinbase, the scrapping of split coins was initially unavailable. However, Coinbase promised investors that the exchange would be covered by Bitcoin Cash by the end of 2018. This also included coins that had fallen due at the time of the fork. Coinbase, however, did not mention a specific date to add the currency to the stock market for the reasons that surrounds them in order to add new currencies.

At the same time, the digital currency has reached a significant bull market with market capitalization rising from $200 to over $800 billion. In addition, Coinbase has received a new wave of investors with a new face that exceeds its resources of the stock market. It has even been reported that more than 12 million customers had left the market via broker Charles Schwab.

With the exposure to the digital currency, the bullish prospects that conquered the markets and a new group of investors, Bitcoin Cash was floated on the stock market at the end of December last year. Instead of adding the closed-form currency in which the price has remained relatively quiet in the hours preceding the quote, Bitcoin Cash has almost doubled in the 24 hours preceding the addition.

As written by Ethereum World News, In an internal review conducted at the end of this year and published in July, Coinbase said there were no insiders at the Bitcoin cash deposit, indicating that no cases of employees or acquaintances unfairly received news, according to documents released on October 23, District Judge Vince Chhabria of the Northern California District Court agreed to exchange information in which he denounced a case in which the exchange of information privileged had been denounced.

According to the application, Jeffrey Berk of Arizona has not fully established the legal basis of his lawsuit claims. The senior judge in the case closed the case even before getting to trial:
“Berk does not describe the scope or content of Coinbase’s obligations in more general terms, so a reader of the complaint wonders what Coinbase should have done or why the introduction of Bitcoin Cash would have been more fluid if Coinbase have done everything Berk considered appropriate. “


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