Taiwanese music personality Jeffrey Huang, also known as “Big Brother Moji,” has withdrawn his defamation lawsuit against internet detective ZachXBT.

In a bilateral statement on Aug. 14, Machi Big Brother said, “Zach has rendered tremendous service to the cryptocurrency community many times in the past, and legal action against him is a last resort, but not the right path.” A series of revisions to his article sparked a defamation lawsuit by Huang.

Meanwhile, ZachXBT said he “updated my article with additional background from Machi and my own edits,” leading Huang to withdraw his lawsuit. “While I’m disappointed it took the legal route first, I’m glad we were able to find a resolution,” Zucker wrote.

June 2022, ZachXBT published A Medium article accused Huang of misappropriating funds related to his past work on crypto projects. Huang has denied the allegations. The allegations have not been proven in court. As of press time, ZachXBT’s original allegations of embezzlement have been removed.

June 16, 2023, Huang submit A defamation suit filed against ZackXBT in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas reads: “I have consistently maintained that the allegations in his articles are false.” , Huang wrote: “I am legal.”

ZachXBT then posted a plea asking for donations from the community to cover the legal costs of the former lawsuit. Within 24 hours, more than $1 million was raised, with notable contributions from Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao and Kraken co-founder Jesse Powell. As a renowned on-chain researcher, ZachXBT’s investigative work has been cited as evidence in ongoing litigation and criminal proceedings.

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