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Lawsuit claims Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks 'duped' customers into investing with the now-bankrupt crypto platform Voyager Digital, resulting in $5 billion in losses

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban watches players warm up before the start of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, in Miami. AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee
A group of investors claimed Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks duped them into investing in a "Ponzi scheme," according to a lawsuit.
The suit claims Voyager Digital, a crypto trading platform, was "built on false promises."
The lawsuit claims 3.5 million Americans have lost more than $5 billion as a result.
A group of disgruntled investors claimed in a new lawsuit that Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks...
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