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The startup raised more than $70 million in its ICO, a cryptocurrency fundraising method, "which investors now want back, according to the complaint," Bloomberg Law reported.

"This suit is one of several brought by unhappy investors against ICOs in the last few months, although no federal court has yet held that ICOs are subject to securities laws," the report adds.


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