Plaintiff invested in a “forked” cryptocurrency which he kept in his Coinbase “wallet.” Coinbase refused to allow plaintiff to access the forked currency because it thought the network using that currency was unsafe. This decision affirms a summary judgment for Coinbase. On plaintiff’s breach of contract claim, it holds that Coinbase’s user agreement contained no provision requiring Coinbase to help its users access all potential currrencies and that the agreement could not be supplemmented by alleged custom and practice since it contained an integration clause. Plaintiff’s conversion claim failed because Coinbase had taken no affirmative step to deny him access to the forked currency; it just had not taken an affirmative step to allow him access. Plaintiff’s negligence claim failed because it tried to restate a contractual obligation as a tort.