Telegram recently revealed in a legal lawsuit some investors involved in the company's 2018 multi-billion dollar token sale. The list includes some prominent individuals as well as investment companies. Telegram CEO Pavel Durov testified that one investor was a former board member of the Bitcoin Foundation and a partner of Ribbit Capital, Micky Malka. Telegram vice president Ilia Prerkopsky previously mentioned that venture capitalist David Yang (founder of Russian software company ABBYY and member of Band of Angels venture capital fund) was also involved in the project. In addition, according to documents filed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission on January 13, US investment funds Kleiner Perkins, Fortress, Draper Dragon, Dragoneer, DRW Holdings and Redpoint may have also invested in Gram tokens. In addition, Telegram plans to meet with the SEC in court on February 18.