A California judge has ruled that DAO token holders may be liable for the actions of the DAO as part of a general partnership.
The CFTC wants a judge to rule in its favor after Ooki DAO failed to respond to a lawsuit alleging that it broke federal commodities laws.
The CFTC says Ooki DAO offered illegal commodity transactions and engaged in activities that require it to register with the regulator.
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