Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks
OKpay financial service's CEO Sergey Mayzus claims he is preparing to sue GitHub over "libelous" accusations.
Thus, a post on GitHub contains a very certain information concerning Mayzus (as well as other people and organisations):
Mayzus and OKPay are working closely together with BTC-E.
The information on github.com
Mayzus, in turn, hastened to post an official statement on Okpay website refusing the information provided by GitHub:
In connection with the closure of one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges (BTC-E) by US law-enforcement agencies, false information was posted by anonymous person(s) on the website btceclaims.github.io about alleged involvement of myself (Sergey Mayzus) and my companies OKPAY CY LTD and MAYZUS Financial Services Ltd. with the BTC-E exchange. I hereby declare that neither myself (Sergey Mayzus) nor the companies OKPAY CY LTD and MAYZUS Financial Services Ltd. that I own are in any way related to the BTC-E exchange, its owners, or employees.
CEO of OKpay
As Mayzus details, on July 26, 2017, a request was sent by the lawyers to GitHub Inc. as well as to unidentified owners of the website btceclaims.github.io demanding that the libelous content be immediately removed. However, a response has never been received. That's why, Mayzus claims, the lawyers of his companies are to start preparing a lawsuit against GitHub Inc. and the owners of the website btceclaims.github.io
Yet, it's worth mentioning that Mayzus did acknowledge his company "might" have counted among its clients "legal entities who could be operators of the BTC-E exchange or private persons who could be owners or employees of the BTC-E exchange":
However, all accounts of legal entities or individuals whom we considered as possibly related to the BTC-E exchange, are blocked, which was properly reported to the financial regulatory authorities.
CEO of OKpay