US Judge McAliley has denied United Corp’s request for an extension to serve accusations to Bitmain and its CEO, Jihan Wu, citing the plaintiff has more than enough time to send the necessary documents across. 

Bitmain and Others Get a Lucky Break
The US court appears to getting fed up with the plaintiff in the high profile lawsuit against Bitmain, Roger Ver, Kraken, and others. United Corp., recently requested an additional 90 day extension period to serve translated documents to Hong Kong-incorporated crypto giant, Bitmain, having already had over a year to do so.
The accusations state that the Beijing-based exchange and others were involved in a scheme to hijack the network of Bitcoin Cash, and its native cryptocurrency. This also included attempts to gain control over the BCH market. However, the Magistrate Judge, Chris McAliley, denied the request, confirming the October deadline.
The judge stated that United Corp had already had a very generous period to send over the files to Bitmain, and that the period is now over. The…

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