The lawsuit if filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles and it says: “Since Axiom received Starcoin’s confidential information, two investors who had previously expressed interest in Starcoin — such as CAA Ventures and Digital Currency Group — have now passed on investing opportunities offered by Starcoin, and instead they have both funded Axiom.” >> "CurryKitties" Debut HALT In a counter-statement, a spokesperson from Axiom Zen said, “We have been falsely accused of breaching an NDA and believe the lawsuit has no merit. Axiom Zen is a company that is committed to ethical and responsible work, including ownership and protection of data.” After the response, the company decided to take the crypto collectibles off their site.
🏀 @StephenCurry30 and CryptoKitties 😺 have joined paws for an exclusive collab! Check out these one of a kind licensed digital collectibles and enter our giveaway to win a CryptoKitty. https://t.co/yU86XIAyWV pic.twitter.com/AeD3LAKoRG— CryptoKitties (谜恋猫) (@CryptoKitties) May 7, 2018
Source: CryptoKittiesOuch, way to throw the man under the bus for no reason. Still, it remains unclear where the miscommunication originated, but the "CurryKitties" have been officially benched. This Steph Curry deal was huge, as it was the first-ever celebrity CryptoKitty. Guess our dreams of a Katy Perry kitty might be a long-shot now. Featured Image: Crypto