In the latest episode of CoinGeek Conversations, SLictionary founder Jack Pitts, Elas Digital founder Brendan Lee and CoinGeek's Charles Miller delve into Zeke Faux's new book, “Number Go Up.”
Tether's claim to fight terrorism financing tied to digital assets contradicts the current state of its USDT stablecoin, which remains a popular funding option for terror groups.
Ilya Lichtenstein faces a maximum of 20 years behind bars for conspiracy to commit money laundering, while his wife faces 10 years for money laundering and defrauding the U.S. government.
SBF was in Manhattan on July 26 trying to convince U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan not to tighten his bail conditions—a week after he leaked private writings of Caroline Ellison.
It “appears” that Deltec Bank “misrepresented the purpose and use” of its MUFJ accounts, which were opened with MUFJ by Deltec on behalf of unspecified corporate clients.
Reginald Fowler gave ‘crypto’ firms a backdoor into the U.S. banking system and transacted $750 million for ‘crypto’ firms, including Tether and Bitfinex.
Slamming a Bloomberg report, Tether insists it did not have an account with Signature Bank, but its use of Signet to facilitate USD transactions has authorities raising their brows.
Individuals behind the Tether and Bitfinex exchange reportedly “used falsified documents and shell companies” to ensure access to banking services as far back as 2017, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Tether is a red flag, and countless pieces of evidence support that, including the questionable identities of its execs, hiding vital information, and ongoing probes tied to its dishonesty.
Signature’s decision to pull back from the digital asset space chaos won’t stop Binance from finding another bedfellow—the question is which disreputable company is next up to the plate.
Henslee concludes that it’s a good thing BSV was delisted from Bitfinex as this exchange is shady for him, and it’s best not to be associated with it in any way, shape, or form.