A blogger who made millions from cryptocurrency trading is now bankrupt after a giant theft. #NEWS
The European Union’s plans to tighten up cryptocurrency regulation are supposed “to improve the prevention of money laundering and to cut off terrorist financing.” But could it be in the interest of big banks? #REGULATIONS …
An Italian woman in Denmark has been sentenced to six years in prison for hiring a hit on her former boyfriend using Bitcoin, renewing the debate over the use of Bitcoin in criminal activities.
The Austrian police, however, claimed that they are still investigating whether the victim’s account was already hacked before he opened his account on the unsecured WiFi network.
The US Treasury Department Secretary claimed that the alleged illicit use of Bitcoin should be reviewed “very carefully” to make sure that the dark web is not financed in Bitcoin.
How many years one should serve for two consecutive thefts of over $13 mln in Bitcoin? Secret agent Shaun Bridges acts as a case.
How Blockchain can be used in law enforcement and help the prosecution? Find out what does British Ministry of Justice official think.
Maksim Zaslavskiy, arrested yesterday, was accused by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of defrauding investors in two ICOs.
Dark Web drug dealers accused of trying to launder their Bitcoins in the Netherlands
Cybersecurity groups are watching the rise in price of cryptocurrencies closely as it could spell a new spate of online crime.
Why are criminals increasingly turning to cryptocurrencies? See some ideas of how Bitcoin could facilitate illegal activities.
Bitcoin transactions are not as anonymous as you think.
The sentencing of alleged cryptocurrency scammer Josh Garza could be delayed until January 2018.
Black Death Group kidnapped and tried to auction 20-year-old British model Chloe Ayling to the highest bidder Bitcoin online.
EU Report downplays cryptocurrency use among terrorists.