The US court ruled that the plaintiff who tried to use the Federal Credit Cooperative to hide the bitcoin transaction case was guilty of multiple frauds.

According to recent media reports, the US Federal Second Circuit Court of Appeal dismissed the defendant’s appeal and the defendant attempted to take over a federal credit union to hide bitcoin transactions. Yuri Lebedev is responsible for information technology at a bitcoin exchange in Florida, which seeks to gain control of the New Jersey federal credit union HOPE FCU, whose chairman is the chairman. The court held that the overwhelming evidence in the trial was sufficient to determine that the two had committed multiple frauds, and given Gross’s leadership, he had reason to aggravate his sentence.