Home » Business Coin Center takes US Treasury to court over alleged financial spying Business Reading 1 min Views 2 Coin Center filed a lawsuit against the Treasury Department in federal district court — challenging the enforcement of Section 6050I’s reporting mandate. Coin Center, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit blockchain advocacy group, filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of the Treasury for allegedly provisioning an unconstitutional amendment in the controversial infrastructure bill. Coin Center lawsuit information about plaintiffs and defendants. Source: Case: 5:22-cv-00149-KKC In an official announcement, Coin Center revealed the filing of a suit against the Treasury Department in federal district court — challenging the enforcement of Section 6050I’s reporting mandate within the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The lawsuit read: here you go (plz RT) pic.twitter.com/UOVhIUiUBu — slam (@bot_slam) June 7, 2022 Further investigations revealed the regulators’ concerns around user protection across the decentralized finance (DeFi), stablecoins, decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) and crypto exchanges ecosystems.