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DoJ Probe to Examine Bitcoin Exchanges For Alleged Price Manipulation

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DoJ Probe to Examine Bitcoin Exchanges For Alleged Price Manipulation

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) has been keeping an eye on the alluring volatility of the price of bitcoin, with reports emerging of a launch of criminal probe for price manipulation on exchanges. Bloomberg reported May 24, 2018, the DoJ is not amused by bitcoin’s price swings, and is on the lookout for traders who dramatically influence the cryptocurrency…

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Karma: Jamie Dimon’s JPMorgan Sued for Illegal Charges on Bitcoin Transactions

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Karma: Jamie Dimon’s JPMorgan Sued for Illegal Charges on Bitcoin Transactions

In life, what goes around comes around; it is only a matter of time. The laws of nature have started hitting Jamie Dimon and his JPMorgan Chase & Co. bank hard as the firm has been dragged to court for allegedly charging customers exorbitant fees on bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related transactions. On February 3, 2018, customers of JPMorgan chase along with…

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Indian Businessman Accuses Police of Kidnapping Him Over 200 Bitcoin

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Indian Businessman Accuses Police of Kidnapping Him Over 200 Bitcoin

The Crime Investigation Department in India’s western state of Gujarat has filed a first investigation report (FIR) against ten police officers. The ten Gujarat state policemen have been accused of kidnapping, corruption and alleged extortion of a local businessman. According to the victim’s statement, he paid a ransom of 200 bitcoins to negotiate his release. According to reports by local…

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Arizona-based Bitcoin Trader Charged With Money Laundering

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Arizona-based Bitcoin Trader Charged With Money Laundering

Arizona-based bitcoin trader Thomas Mario Costanzo, also known as “Morpheus Titana” on Twitter, was recently convicted with five counts of money laundering by a federal jury in Phoenix on March 28, 2018. According to a Justice Department announcement, US federal agents initiated an investigation on Thomas Mario Costanzo, in 2014 after an advertisement he posted on a peer-to-peer bitcoin exchange…

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Jury Weighs Charges Against Software Engineer and Pastor in Coin.mx Trial

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Jury Weighs Charges Against Software Engineer and Pastor in Coin.mx Trial

On March 10, the jury in a Manhattan federal court prepared to weigh charges against two individuals, a software engineer and a pastor, who were allegedly involved in a scheme to help the illegally operating digital currency exchange Coin.mx. The Coin.mx Trials Florida-based software engineer Yuri Lebedev and New Jersey pastor Trevon Gross are being accused of helping the owner…

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