Shaun Bridges, 33, appeared in federal court in San Francisco and
admitted to money laundering and obstruction of justice.
Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that i... Read More
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Shalon, who used the aliases "Phillipe Mousset" and "Christopher Engeham," and Aaron, who went by "Mike Shields," allegedly wrote emails that Shalon allegedly disseminated through "their po... Read More
If a hacker hijacks your computer with malware and holds your data for ransom, it’s probably best to just pay up, at least that’s the latest... Read More
You Can't Ban Math: Crypto Unites to Call Out Congressman
In the span of a few hours, it became Crypto Twitter vs U.S. Representative Brad Sherman.
On Wednesday, Congress hosted a pair of back-to-back hearings on the topic of cryptocurrencies (read CoinD
TSMC Says Crypto Mining Demand Will Fall in Q3
Semiconductor manufacturing giant TSMC said Thursday that it expects demand for cryptocurrency mining-related products to cool off during the third quarter of this year.
The company – which manufac
South Korea's Finance Watchdog Is Forming a Crypto Division
South Korea's Financial Services Commission (FSC) has revealed it is setting up a department dedicated primarily to cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
The FSC said the new department – dubbed the Fin
India's Supreme Court Pushes Crypto Banking Ban Hearing to September
A Supreme Court decision on the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) efforts to bar cryptocurrency firms from receiving banking services will have to wait – for now.
A final hearing on the ban's merits ha