Operation DisrupTor has brought down a thriving dark web network that engaged in tens of thousands of sales of illegal goods in Europe and U.S.
The site's two chief operators allegedly distributed over 880,000 pirated copies of films and TV series between 2008 and 2013.
BTC continues to be a financial tool for darknet entities, according to a new report by Crystal Blockchain.
Blockchain analysis tools revealed the highest percentage of Wasabi Wallet transactions ended at darknet markets, followed by exchanges.
A new report reveals the statistics on darknet transaction flows between BTC mixing services, exchanges, and other darknet entities.
A highly-organized Russian crime ring has been busted by police for making and selling $13 million in fake cash over the darknet, for digital currency payments.
Here’s a friendly reminder that operating coin mixing services is illegal—and that Bitcoin is not for anonymous transactions.
Larry Harmon helped conceal billions in crypto transactions, but the DOJ notes that nobody can hide from the law.
Indian authorities have brought down a narcotics trafficker who plied his trade through the dark web, selling illegal drugs and getting paid in crypto.
HR 6069 will enable U.S. Congress to develop methods regulating the use of cryptocurrencies in an attempt to prevent illegal drug sales as well as sex trafficking in the country.