Shock Court Ruling Holds Crypto Exchange Liable in Singapore’s First Bitcoin Trial


A court has ordered the unhappy operator of crypto exchange Quoine to follow through with a glitched computer transaction that allowed a crypto market liquidity provider to swap ether for bitcoin at a rate of 10 bitcoin to every ether at a time when 1 ETH was worth .036 BTC, not 10. In the Republic of Singapore’s first trial regarding bitcoin, the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) issued a judgment Thursday to press Singaporean crypto exchange Quoine to execute a trade its computers allowed in error. A Crypto Exchange Error The computer error, which occurred on Singaporean crypto exchange Quoine

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