> Mt.Gox, the worldâ€™s biggest Bitcoin currency exchange, is being sued by its would-be partner CoinLab, which accuses it of breach of contract and demands $75 million (Â£48.1m) in damages.
> In November, Tokyo-based Mt.Gox signed an agreement to sell its assets in the US and Canada to CoinLab, a rival trading platform which said its connections to local banks would allow it to offer a better, more streamlined service.
> This week, CoinLab filed a lawsuit claiming that Mt.Gox ignored the agreement, kept trading in the US past the March deadline and failed to transfer ownership of its operations.
Sauce for becky: http://www.scribd.com/doc/139160091/Coinlab-v-Mt-Gox
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> demands $75 million in damages
modern day tech companies have the weirdest business models for generating revenue.
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If thats a joke I am disappoint. Then again, can't expect a bunch of faggots to be witty.
> >> Mt.Gox, the worldâ€™s biggest Bitcoin currency exchange,
> > Mt.Gox, the worldae™s
> worldae™(pronounced as one word)
Subtle obese manchild is subtle(and obese).