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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) once again took measures against Dominic Lacroix, co-founder of the PlexCoin. In 2017 SEC already sued him for securities breach and fraud.

On June 15, the SEC received a court order to freeze Lacroix’s assets. The agency said that he had been making secret accounts to inappropriately use investor’s digital assets.

Last year, Dominic Lacroix and his colleague Sabrina Paradis-Royer were accused of securities violations. Their assets were frozen in an analogous order. The SEC has recently received new evidence of Lacroix’s wrongdoing.

A Canadian Court also ordered a jail sentence and $100000 fine against Lacroix for contempt of court.