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BTC-E’s Role in Mt. Gox Hack: Laundered $4 Billion Proceeds of Bitcoin Theft

Category: Bitcoin, News, Regulation

BTC-E’s Role in Mt. Gox Hack: Laundered $4 Billion Proceeds of Bitcoin Theft

WizSecurity’s report which revealed BTC-E’s long lasting involvement in the Mt. Gox hack came as a shock to the Bitcoin community and industry. The unsettled case of Mt. Gox is finally set to come to an end and BTC-E is at the epicenter of a series of thefts that led to the loss of billions of dollars worth of bitcoin…

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BitVal: Measuring Bitcoin Based On Money Laundering

Category: Bitcoin, Commentary, Finance, News

BitVal: Measuring Bitcoin Based On Money Laundering

With bitcoin skyrocketing in price and looking to break $3,000 if the current trajectory holds, how much is too much? What is one bitcoin really worth? BitVal, a beta metric, tries to put a valuation measure on the cryptocurrency in a way that makes logical sense. For stocks, this value is typically derived from the earnings of the underlying firm…

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Interpol and Europol To Address Bitcoin Money Laundering

Category: Bitcoin, News

Interpol and Europol To Address Bitcoin Money Laundering

Bitcoin has often been called out as one of the main sources of money laundering. So far, there has been very little evidence to back up these claims. Prevention is often better than healing, which is why Europol has established a new division, with a specific focus on bitcoin money laundering. European Union authorities have no plans to prohibit the…

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Taiwan’s Mega Bank Fined $180 Million for Money Laundering

Category: Finance, News

Taiwan’s Mega Bank Fined $180 Million for Money Laundering

Taiwan’s Mega Bank was recently awarded a whopping US$180 million fine for their anti-money laundering failures. The fine was decided upon by Financial Services Superintendent Martia T. Vullo. Mega International Commercial Bank of Taiwan will also need to install an independent monitor for violating the New York AML laws. With Bitcoin, none of these violations would be possible, as there…

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