U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared divided at times Tuesday in its first cryptocurrency case, in which Coinbase seeks to pause customers’ lawsuits while the trading platform fights to have claims resolved out of court.

In a hearing held in Coinbase v. Bielski Tuesday, Coinbase argued that class actions filed by the platform’s users must be paused while it appeals lower court rulings denying motions to compel arbitration.

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