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Craig Wright will need to appear in court to counter claims that he stole 1.1 million BTC
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Craig Wright Ordered to Attend Bitcoin Theft Court Session
The court denied Craig Wright’s motion to avoid appearing This news was corroborated by fresh court documents, filed on June 10th. What’s more, Wright had apparently requested that he would receive permission to appear by videoconference rather than appearing in the flesh. As such, Wright argued that physically attending the courtroom session could cause him “unjustifiable hardship”.  With that said, however, Wright’s motion was refused by the court plaintiffs. In…
Quadriga Mystery Deepens Further As Criminal Past of Founder Emerges
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Quadriga: Mystery Deepens Further As Criminal Past of Founder Emerges
The case of QuadrigaCX, the crypto exchange which has apparently misplaced between $140 and $190 million of its users’ funds deepens as it emerges the surviving founder of the company has a criminal past with multiple felonies and jail time served. The mysterious QuadrigaCX scandal, in which Canadian now-defunct exchange Quadriga lost up to $190 million of its users investments, took a fresh turn of controversy – or perhaps had…
The Judge has Granted QuadrigaCX a 45-day Extension to Find the Missing $140,000,000
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The Judge has Granted QuadrigaCX a 45-day Extension to Find the Missing $140,000,000
Representatives of QuadrgaCX, the now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange which is engaged in a legal battle to gain bankruptcy protection have been granted a 45-day extension to the deadline which was set for them to find the $140 million in crypto, which they say is on cold storage wallets which have gone missing. The case has garnered significant attention in the crypto world due to the extraordinary and sensational circumstances surrounding…
Money Laundering Far More Common Among Banks Than Cryptocurrency Platforms, Banks Launder $2 Trillion A Year
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Money Laundering Far More Common Among Banks Than Cryptocurrency Platforms, Banks Launder $2 Trillion A Year
Cryptocurrency skeptics oftentimes refer to virtual currencies as ”only used by criminals to launder money.” Although such statements are severely misguided, this misconception is nonetheless quite common. Bloomberg says money laundering activities register $2 trillion a year Now, however, a recent report from Bloomberg now makes it plain for anyone to see that traditional banks are involved in money laundering far more often than cryptocurrencies. In fact, Bloomberg notes that…