The London Commercial Court treats Bitcoin as "property" in an interim judgment on a cryptocurrency hacker case

According to Yahoo Finance, recently, the London Commercial Court (London's Commercial Court) regarded Bitcoin as "property" in an interim judgment on a cryptocurrency hacking case. Alphabit CEO Liam Robertson claims that he was cheated by $1 million in bitcoin last month. The London Commercial Court issued an asset preservation order ordering the exchange CoinBase to temporarily freeze the stolen funds, and the court considered Bitcoin “property” in an interim judgment on the cryptocurrency hacking case. Although this is only a temporary judgment, it still needs approval, but it is of great significance to the “property” of cryptocurrency assets.