As per CipherTrace’s Q3 AML report, digital currency crime soared to $4.4 billion in the first nine months of the year.
The company made bold promises and had told its investors in a South Korean convention center that they would receive a return of 200% on their investments in 4 to 10 weeks.
Australia’s E-Crime Squad arrested a man for providing unregistered cryptocurrency services.
A former narcotics trafficker, Hugh Brian Haney, pled guilty for selling illegal drugs on the dark web platform, Silk Road, and laundering over $19 million worth of profits with Bitcoin.
A quarterly report claims that North Korea employed a shipping and logistics firm named Marine China.
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange has issued a warning and alerted people against a new cryptocurrency scam that has been luring Thai investors into making crypto investment.
As per CipherTrace’s latest report, cryptocurrency crime has reached $4.3 billion in the first half of 2019.
As per the local newspaper – Hospodářské Noviny, Czech Republic’s measure has gone a step further beyond what is stipulated by the EU as enforced mid last year.
Financial regulators in South Korea have disclosed a plan to directly regulate cryptocurrency exchanges within the financial supervisory system.