Larry Harmon helped conceal billions in crypto transactions, but the DOJ notes that nobody can hide from the law.
The U.S. Department of Justice relies on the site’s data to specify real values of digital currencies.
Two developers of cryptojacking malware from Romania have been sentenced to two decades in prison each. They infected over 400,000 computers and over $4M.
A woman who thought she could get away with identity theft by hiding in the crypto shadows has learned how wrong she was.
Trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has asked the U.S. justice department to provide more details on its investigation into Alexander Vinnik, which ultimately led to BTC-e’s closure.
On April 11, the United States Department of Justice announced that they had convicted two Romanian cybercriminals on 21 counts of computer and wire fraud.
Analysts continue to debate the fallout from this week’s news that the DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) has revised its legal opinion of the 1961 Wire Act to include other forms of gambling, not just sports betting.
The DOJ is reportedly looking into certain practices that affect prices, including the flooding of the market with fake orders in an attempt to convince investors to sell or buy more cryptocurrency.
The U.S. Department of Justice has dropped the hammer on Backpage.com and its founders, accusing the site of being a global player in prostitution-related activity.