Bitcoin was created in line with the law, yet many misconceptions about the technology and blockchain, remain, including with regard to privacy, anonymity, and traceability.
Huobi also axed Verge and DASH “in compliance with the latest financial regulations” at a time when several regulators have cracked down on anonymity.
At least 100,000 users from across the globe inadvertently mined Monero since 2019 due to malwares that plagued their CPUs and disguised as popular apps, according to a Check Point Research report.
The former Monero lead maintainer was extradited to South Africa from the U.S. earlier this month to face over 370 charges of fraud against his former employer.
In June 2021, Riccardo Spagni was arrested by the U.S. authorities at the request of the South African government. He was charged with 378 counts of fraud and forgery in his home country.
The South African government issued an arrest warrant for the former Monero lead maintainer, who is accused of defrauding $100,000 from his former employer.
Indian police thought they were curbing a simple job scam but stumbled upon one of the largest digital asset scams, with Binance and OKCoin reportedly at the heart of it.
The latest Spider-Man film is proving quite popular, and hackers are taking advantage to spread a very well-disguised mining malware on torrent sites.
Spagni has not been convicted of anything yet, but he stands accused of defrauding his former employer, Cape Cookies, out of R1.4 million, or just shy of US$100,000, over the course of two years.
Riccardo Paolo Spagni, better known as Fluffypony, is alleged to have committed corporate fraud while working for a South African tech company back in 2009.
Bittrex announced recently that it was delisting the three, giving users until January 15 to conduct any transactions.