US Supreme Court Rules Against Coinbase in Dogecoin Sweepstakes Dispute

US Supreme Court Rules Against Coinbase in Dogecoin Sweepstakes Dispute


The Supreme Court of the United States is ruling against crypto exchange Coinbase in the Dogecoin (DOGE) sweepstakes dispute.

According to new legal documents obtained by Cornell Law, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the conflict between Coinbase’s sweepstakes contract and user agreement must be determined through the court system.

As stated by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson,

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“Arbitration is a matter of contract and consent, and we have long held that disputes are subject to arbitration if, and only if, the parties actually agreed to arbitrate those disputes. Here, then, before either the delegation provision or the forum selection clause can be enforced, a court needs to decide what the parties have agreed to.”

The controversy stems from Coinbases’s 2021 Dogecoin sweepstakes, which appears

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