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As a result of CoinEx’s failure to register with the state, New York sues the cryptocurrency exchange.

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CoinEx’s core team includes early cryptocurrency adopters and individuals with extensive worldwide operations and service expertise from prominent internet and banking organizations.

Their trade matching algorithm and user experience help people establish a safe, stable, and efficient cryptocurrency exchange for global users.

On Wednesday, New York Attorney General Letitia James sued CoinEx for doing business without registering.

James complained to a Manhattan state court that CoinEx violated the Martin Act, a strong state legislation against financial fraud.

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