Charlie Shrem scored an important first goal in his ongoing legal match against the Winklevoss twins. A judge has lifted a previous order which froze Shrem’s assets, in the $32 million case.

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The Winklevii are pursuing Shrem for $32 million dollars over an alleged 5,000 stolen bitcoin. The dispute dates back to 2012 when the twins gave Shrem $250,000 to buy bitcoin for them.
The lawsuit alleges that Shrem only delivered $189,000 worth of bitcoin, and retained the other $61,000 worth. This equates to 5000 or so bitcoin, valued at over $32

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