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# Taiwan News

January 28, 2019 by at Altcoins, Crime, News
Police in Taipei has apprehended 15 suspects involved in a scam initial coin offering (ICO) scheme known as IBCoins, which generated nearly $8.13 million for the bad actors since September 2018, local news source, Focus Taiwan reported on January 26, 2019. "Shitcoin" Scam Per sources close to the matter, Li Chi-hsun,...
January 21, 2019 by at Bitcoin, Crime, News
The Taiwanese authorities have officially pressed charges against the seven fraudsters who were arrested in June last year for allegedly running a bitcoin-powered Ponzi scheme, reported local news source Focus Taiwan on January 18, 2019. Multiple Banking Laws Violated Per sources close to the matter, the Taichung District Prosecutors Office...
According to a report by Yahoo Taiwan, published on December 26, 2018, a Taiwanese man has been arrested by the local police for allegedly stealing electricity worth over $3 million to mine cryptocurrencies. $14.5 Million in Mined Cryptocurrencies The suspect, a man with the surname Yang, has been accused of stealing...
The Airline and Life Networking Token (ALLN), a blockchain of aviation and tourism industry created by Huafu Enterprise Holdings Limited and announced back in April 2018, has proved to be a major success, making it an unprecedented case in Taiwan'saviation, tourism, and economic industry, the company behind the technology announced...
November 5, 2018 by at Altcoins, Bitcoin, Finance, News, Regulation, Tech
The Taiwanese Government recently amended their anti-money laundering and Countering Finance Terrorism (AML/CFT) laws concerning cryptocurrency regulations. According to an Asia Times article published on November 5, 2018, these revisions and changes will give Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC), the ability to crack down on any anonymous cryptocurrency transactions. The...
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