Plaintiff Bitmain brings this action against the as-yet-to-be-identified “John
Doe” thief who stole valuable Bitcoin (BTC) from Bitmain through unauthorized
hacking/access into online accounts. Bitmain seeks to identify the person
hold them accountable, and recover its stolen property.
This is an Action based upon: (1) the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
(“CFAA”), 18 U.S.C. § 1030, et seq., (2) Washington Cybercrime Act, RWA § 9A.90, et
seq., and (3) the Common Law of conversion, to recover stolen property, seek damages
and enjoin John Doe’s malicious and unauthorized access and use of Plaintiff’s digital
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