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Bitcoin Miner Sphere 3D Sues Partner Gryphon Digital

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The complaint, filed with the Southern District of New York on Friday, alleges Gryphon CEO Rob Chang wired 18 of Sphere 3D’s bitcoin to an address belonging to a fraudster who masqueraded as Sphere 3D’s chief financial officer in January, and another eight bitcoin to the same address a few days later. The lawsuit also alleges Gryphon provided “abhorrent” services to its partner and misrepresented Sphere 3D’s computing power as its own in public disclosures.

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