Former customers of BitMEX have filed an opposition to the dismissal of the racketeering suit against the exchange, co-founders, and parent companies. Plaintiffs echo many of the complaints of the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission, accusing its founders of "myriad" illegal activities.
- BMA LLC, Yaroslav Kolchin, Vitaly Dubinin, Dmitry Dolgov, and Păun Gabriel-Razvan, who filed a lengthy suit against BitMEX's co-founders, have opposed defendants' filings for dismissal.
- Plaintiff's counsel, Pavel Pogodin, reportedly provided U.S. District Judge William H. Orrick "a mountain" of evidence and 50 facts to prove its allegations against BitMEX.
- The previously submitted complaint alleges that BitMEX's purpose was to promote, aid, and facilitate illicit activities, including wire fraud and money laundering.