The Murgios allegedly bribed Trevon Gross, a pastor serving as chairman of Helping Other People Excel Federal Credit Union in Jackson, N.J., which catered to low-income residents.
The defendants cl... Read More
The third case, which is expected to be heard at the end of 2017, forms part of a money laundering gang under the codename of IJsberg.
So much so, that it was reported late last year that the Dutch... Read More
There was a release on your website regarding BTCSolar which provides a new investment opportunity for investors to invest in Solar Energy Sector using bitcoins. […] Seeing this news I had invested in... Read More
Of course, as Forbes reports, while it’s difficult to put an actual figure on the number of hacks targeting digital currencies, San Francisco-based Coinbase believes that number will double from Novem... Read More
The central bank’s warning is similar to those issued by other financial regulators or authorities in other countries, such as Kenya and Vietnam. The Central Bank of Kenya also picked out bitcoin in a... Read More
ICO Scammers Steal $500k in Phony Enigma Project Pre-Sale Launch
As much as $500,000 in ether has been stolen from supporters of the Enigma blockchain project following a security compromise.
According to a statement from the Enigma team, those involved in the t
Bitcoin Cash Price Dips 18% Following Weekend Rally to $1,000
Bitcoin cash price went on a tear heading into the weekend, buttressed by a surge in Korean exchange volume, mining profitability parity with bitcoin, and an impending difficulty adjustment.
Bitcoin-Friendly Swiss Private Bank Adds Support for Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash
Falcon Private Bank, the first Swiss bank to offer bitcoin blockchain asset management services, has announced it will add support for ether, litecoin, and bitcoin cash, effective August 22. In partne
Credit Suisse Eyes 2018 Launch for Blockchain Loans Platform
A group of banks led by Credit Suisse is eyeing the launch of a commercial platform for blockchain-based syndicated loans, according to reports.
Speaking to finance magazine EuroMoney, Emmanuel Aid