CFTC seeks for substitute measures to serve summon notices

CFTC seeks for substitute measures to serve summon notices

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission faces trouble in serving court summons to Dillon Michael Dean. Dean and his company were accused of pocketing $1.1 million worth bitcoins cheating nearly 600 participants of an investment scheme. The CFTC seeks permission from the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of New York for substitute measures to serve summons.

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