BTC-e indicted for laundering MtGox funds, fined $110 Million | Bitcoin news
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)  recently announced the indictment of a Russian national and an organization he allegedly operated, the bitcoin exchange BTC-e, for operating an unlicensed money service business, money laundering, and related crimes. “BTC-e was noted for its role in numerous ransomware and other cyber-criminal activity; its take-down is a significant accomplishment.”... View Article read whole article

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