U.S. Judge McAliley has rejected United Corp's request for a 90-day extension of Bitmain's lawsuit on the grounds that United Corp has sufficient time to translate the documents and send them to Bitmain. The judge held that United Corp did not take the lawsuit seriously because it had originally worked for 90 days and then extended it by 6 months. At the beginning of the lawsuit, United Corp knew that it was facing a foreign defendant. It was not until 6 to 8 months that the complaint and subpoena had not been translated. In addition, the judge also suggested that the two defendants, French bitcoin cash developer Amaury Sechet and Saint Bitts LLC in Saint Kitts, be removed from the defendant due to the lack of United Corp litigation file services. Earlier news, Miami-based United American Corp ("United Corp") initiated litigation against Bitmain, arguing that Bitcoin.com, Roger Ver, Kraken Bitcoin Exchange, and other individuals controlled the BCH network through a well-planned plan to seek out Personal interests hurt United and other BCH stakeholders.