Emin Gun Sirer responded to extremely serious allegations, such as harming the company's competitors and engaging in deceptive actions by regulators, saying "these are complete theoretical bullshit".
Among the allegations made in the related news, Ava Labs and law firm Roche Freedman were said to have colluded for actions in the style of smear campaigns against rival crypto companies. Responding quickly to these allegations, Sirer said that the allegations were nothing but conspiracy theories and described all of them as sick thoughts.
"How could anyone believe something so ridiculous as the conspiracy theory nonsense on Cryptoleaks? We would never engage in the unlawful, unethical and just plain wrong behavior claimed in these self-serving videos and inflammatory article. Our tech & team speak for themselves."
In the detail of the news served by CryptoLeaks, Roche Freedman LLP's lawyer claimed that there are videos proving Kyle Roche's partnership and relationship with Emin Gün Sirer and Ava Labs COO Kevin Sekniqi. According to the news, the law firm has agreed to provide legal services to Ava Labs in exchange for AVAX token and company stock. According to the source of the news, what makes this deal remarkable is the allegation that Ava Labs is planning to file various lawsuits to undermine its competitors and mislead US regulators such as the SEC and CFTC.
Law firm Roche Freedman LLP, which allegedly colluded with Ava Labs, filed a lawsuit in July against Solana Labs, the Solana Foundation, and the platform's co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko for allegedly selling unregistered securities to citizens of the country in violation of US securities laws. opened.
The law firm also filed a lawsuit against Binance in June, alleging that the crypto exchange was illegally selling USDT to investors. It is known that Roche Freedman LLP has filed a lawsuit against the Dfinity Foundation, a non-profit organization developed by the Internet Computer network, apart from these two lawsuits.
Making a statement after this news resonated in the market, Binance CEO Chanpeng Zhao said that he was not sure whether the allegations were true, but that he knew that Binance was seen as a target.