US Court asks defunct crypto exchange to refund Bitcoin

A federal jury in Georgia has ordered now-defunct crypto exchange CampBX to refund the Bitcoin (BTC) it took from customers. The order comes more than four years after the exchange stopped operating, according to a WSBTV report.
CampBX was the first crypto exchange in the U.S., with over 70,000 users trading Bitcoin on the exchange for several years. However, the Atlanta, GA-based platform stopped working in 2017, with users unable to access their accounts.
The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance ordered the platform to cease operations in 2018 since it did not have a license. CampBX heeded the order but failed to refund the thousands of users who had Bitcoin and money on the platform.
Customers started complaining online and sharing their experiences. One of them, Jay Daniel, decided to take the matter to court. Daniel, an IT security consultant and crypto trader, said he had over $250,000 worth of cash and Bitcoin in his CampBX account.
Daniel said:
They completely kept our pro

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