The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has served its lawsuit to HEX founder Richard Schueler, also known as Richard Heart, in Helsinki, Finland. The SEC resorted to substitute service on October 31 when process servers faced challenges reaching Heart in person. The process server made multiple unsuccessful attempts over almost seven weeks, including calls, texts, letters, and visits to Heart’s residence. The SEC had filed a lawsuit against Heart earlier, and the substitute service was an alternative method when personal delivery proves difficult. (Source: Cointelegrah)