- U.S. District Court seeking a response within 21 days from Justin Sun.
- Despite this, TRX doesn’t fluctuate much in its price.
The CEO and founder of Tron, Justin Sun was given a deadline for the lawsuit of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (U.S. SEC) via summons. Also, the Southern District of New York enquires Sun to respond within 21 days to the raised complaint without fail.
SEC charges Justin Sun with fraudulent crypto trading activity. Reportedly has 21 days to respond to the SEC lawsuit.
— whalechart (@WhaleChart) April 13, 2023
On March 22, Sun was sued by U.S. SEC for the unlegislated trading and sale of crypto asset securities namely Tronix (TRX) and BitTorrent (BTT). However, that remarked on the sale of $31M worth of tokens. All of his companies including BitTorrent Foundation, Tron Foundation, and Rainberry got trapped through unregistered securities. Thereby, this is inflating the trading in the crypto market.
Sun to Respond in 21 Days
Now, U.S. SEC has sent a mail regarding the summons to Sun for both his addresses, likely the residence and the office. This also included that failing to respond back might lead to judgement from the court with respect to the plaintiff after the deadline.
However, U.S. SEC received fine charges from several celebrities who promoted those two cryptocurrencies and were trapped in the case. Whereas, it is mentioned that Austin Mahone and DeAndre Cortez Way, the two musicians are named in the recent summons since they lag behind the respective charges.
Reportedly, the U.S. SEC chairman proposed earlier that Sun tries to create a deceptive belief of TRX trading to target US investors through orchestration. On the other hand, TRX price doesn’t hugely affect in recent times and currently values at $0.065 as per the CoinMarketCap.
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