According to documents filed with the New York State Supreme Court, Harrison Heins, the founder of the ConsenSys startup, demanded that Ethereum's co-founder, Joseph Lubin, pay $ 13 million for breach of contract terms.
The lawsuit against Joseph Lubin
According to the documents, Heins filed a lawsuit against Lubin on the basis of "breach of contract, conversion, quantum hiring, unjust enrichment, fraud, declarative decision and unpaid profit".
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Thus, Hines hopes to call on Lubin to pay $13 million, where "a part is a monetary loss of $12 827 000 for breach of contract, plus $404 783 in unpaid profits."
Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin was sued for breaching the terms of the contract. Recall, on June 19, one of the world's largest providers of Metlife insurance services, announced the use of Ethereum in orderOrder
– automatic application to buy or sell cryptocurrency. Orders are used during trading on the stock exchange to open and close a position. Details to destroy the life insurance industry in the amount of 2.7 trillion dollars.
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