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In an effort to assist those individuals who may have a claim in this forfeiture matter, this webpage has been developed to provide court and case related information. This does not replace direct notice, which has been sent via email, it simply provides an additional resource from which to obtain information.

Please note that all court hearings will take place in United States District Court, 231 W. Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226.   Please refer to the individual posting for judge assignment and courtroom number.  If you plan on attending any of the court proceedings, photo identification is required.  Cell phones, electronic devices and weapons of any kind, are not permitted.   Please pardon our appearance, the courthouse is currently undergoing renovations.

The United States is seeking to forfeit any and all cryptocurrency or other digital assets contained in virtual currency wallets residing on the Dell PowerEdge Server, serial number JNFHSW1.  These wallets were accessible through the “CoinGather” cryptocurrency exchange, previously available online at  If you were a registered CoinGather user with cryptocurrency in a CoinGather wallet on November 21, 2017, you may have a valid claim.  To view a copy of the Complaint for Forfeiture, please click here.

If you wish to make a claim to any of the property subject to this forfeiture action, you must follow the procedures set forth in Warrant of Arrest and Notice in Rem.  Please click here to view the Warrant of Arrest and Notice in Rem.

In order to successfully identify specify the property you are claiming, you must also provide the following information to the government via email to

  1. Your first name;
  2. Your last name;
  3. Your date of birth;
  4. Your mailing address;
  5. The email address(es) associated with your CoinGather account(s); and
  6. The user name(s) associated with your CoinGather account(s).

Click here for the PDF form.

If you have any other questions, please contact us at


Updated May 13, 2020