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The parent company of crypto wallet Atomic Wallet is asking a U.S. court to dismiss a class-action lawsuit seeking damages over a $100 million hack. The company said it had no ties to the United States and that claims should be filed in Estonia, its headquarters. Atomic Wallet said only one user in Colorado was affected, but that user was not affected.
Meanwhile, the 5,500 Atomic Wallet users it claims were affected agreed to its terms of service, which explicitly disclaim liability for losses caused by theft and limit losses to $50 per user. This follows a class-action lawsuit launched in August against Atomic Wallet, which suffered a major breach in June and lost $100 million. (Cointelegraph)
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