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How Do I Join the Class Action LAWSuit Against Coinbase?

In May 2016, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued an order finding that Coinbase, Inc. (“Coinbase”) had violated federal anti-money laundering (AML) lAWS and ordered Coinbase to pay a $1.

25 million fine. The order also required Coinbase to submit a plan to the court for compliance with AML lAWS within 60 days.

On July 26, 2016, the court issued a second order approving Coinbase’s compliance plan. The order requires Coinbase to take a number of steps to ensure compliance with AML lAWS, including:

– Implementing an anti-money laundering program

– Enhancing customer identification procedures

– Cooperating with federal and state regulators

– Reporting suspicious activity to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

NOTE: WARNING: Joining a class action lawsuit against Coinbase can be a lengthy and complicated process. Before joining, you should research the relevant laws in your state or country, as well as the specific details of the lawsuit. It is also important to understand any risks associated with participating in a class action lawsuit, such as potential financial costs and potential loss of rights or claims to individual damages. Furthermore, you should make sure that you understand the scope of the class action lawsuit and how it may affect your rights as an individual Coinbase user. Finally, it is always important to seek legal advice before joining any type of legal action.

If you believe that you were harmed by Coinbase’s violation of AML lAWS, you may be eligible to join the class action lAWSuit against Coinbase. To join the lAWSuit, please complete and submit the form below.

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