Coinbase, thought to be the biggest cryptographic money trade, has been hit with two claims that could be only a glimpse of a larger problem as the trade keeps on developing.

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Coinbase is experiencing the growing pains of what most startups must contend with and that includes being the subject of much criticism and customer dissatisfaction.

The latest pain entails lawsuits, with two being filed in the same week over two completely different allegations. One was filed on March 1, while the other was filed on March 2.

Here are the Points:

1. Insider trading

In December, we enlightened you regarding odd movement on the Bitcoin Cash advertises that had made Coinbase speculate some insider data on the current dispatch of BCH arrange books on GDAX. At a certain point, a value abnormality recorded Bitcoin Cash at $9,500 on Coinbase, as some figured out how to offer significantly higher than current market costs. 

All things considered, some accept there was totally some insider exchanging being done, and they have recorded a legal claim. Recorded Thursday, March 1, the legitimate activity blames Coinbase for enabling its workers to exchange cryptos in view of data not known to people in general.

"Unsurprisingly, those who had been tipped off, immediately swamped Coinbase and the GDAX with buy and sell orders, thinning the liquidity but obtaining BCH at fair prices. The market effect was to unfairly drive up the price of BCH for non-insider traders once BCH came on line on the Coinbase exchange."

 2. Coinbase won’t give up the crypto

In the class action lawsuit filed on Friday, March 2, Coinbase is accused of violating California’s Unclaimed Property law and its Unfair Competition law. The plaintiffs are taking particular issue with users of the Coinbase exchange having to set up accounts to redeem cryptos that were sent to them via their email addresses. 

They claim that they did not receive notice from Coinbase that it would hold the cryptos until the receiver opened an account on its exchange. According to the filing:

Defendant’s failure to notify Plaintiffs and the Class, and the State of California as appropriate, that Coinbase is holding Cryptocurrencies that belong to Plaintiffs and the Class, and failure to deliver such Cryptocurrencies to Plaintiffs and the Class, and the State of California as appropriate, constitute “unfair” business practices…
According to the plaintiffs  that they “have a property right in their Cryptocurrencies, and a right to delivery and possession of same.”

By failing to notify Plaintiffs and the Class, and by failing to deliver Cryptocurrencies to Plaintiff and the Class as described herein, Coinbase has wrongfully dispossessed Plaintiffs and the Class of their Cryptocurrencies.
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