Terrorist groups allegedly solicited social media users for donations, posing as organizations seeking to help victims of Syria conflict.
Dominic Lacroix, Sabrina Paradis-Royer and Yan Ouellet are charged with securities fraud, wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
U.S. authorities said Kais Mohammed helped customers to convert BTC to fiat, charging a 25% commission for his service.
The U.S. agency is looking to hire a lawyer with expertise in "dark web and cryptocurrency international computer hacking and intellectual property."
The U.S. Department of Justice discovered the Drug Enforcement Administration has been mismanaging the digital currency it seized.
U.S. authorities have seized a COVID-19-related domain which was being sold on a darknet market for BTC. The seller claimed it would be perfect to scam people.
Prosecutors in New Jersey have intervened in the SEC case against CG Blockchain, claiming that it interferes with a parallel case against the defendants.
The two North Koreans helped launder money stolen from crypto exchanges, and used other crypto exchanges to do it.
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.