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The Hinman documents were finally unsealed and made publicly available on June 12 after a lengthy back and forth between and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), but what exactly do they reveal?

The documents are extensive, and while they can be found in public resources like the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) or CourtListener, lawyer James Filan tweeted on June 13, compiling them into two URLs.

A “nothingburger?”

Comments from Jarsulic. Source: Hinman documents

A boost to Ripple’s fair notice defense

The SEC’s credibility

Ether’s bolstered position