The Lviv branch of Ukrainian Railways has been caught red-handed diverting company electricity to mine bitcoin.
The brother of OneCoin’s infamous “Cryptoqueen,” Konstantin Ignatov has reached a plea deal with U.S. authorities.
Christoper Wray said crypto is becoming a “bigger and bigger” issue for the agency in a Senate hearing with Mitt Romney.
Brian Haney, a former narcotics trafficker, pled guilty to charges that he laundered $19 million in bitcoin on Silk Road.
Russian regulators will begin developing proposals for legislation allowing confiscation of crypto assets seized in crime investigations.
North Korea set up a Hong Kong blockchain firm in a bid to to launder stolen cryptocurrency and avoid sanctions, the UN has reportedly said.
A U.S. court issued penalties against the team and firms behind ATM Coin for fraud and misappropriation of client funds in case brought by the CFTC.
Gregg Bennett had never heard of SIM swapping before. Then, one night in April, he learned in the worst way one can.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has reached a $9.5 million settlement with Reggie Middleton, organizer of the fraught Veritaseum initial coin offering.
Libra must abide by international foreign exchange regulations to not enable illegal transfers or “it should be banned,” a senior Chinese regulator said Monday.
The loss highlights an obvious question for security experts, who wondered why an experienced crypto executive would keep such high sums online.
Crypto Capital’s Oz Yosef has been indicited on three criminal acts, confirming statements made by Bitfinex Friday.
Another crypto executive is suing AT&T over a SIM swapping hack that he claims cost him $1.7 million in digital assets.
The crypto exchange released a statement Friday denying that it had any part in the payment processor’s alleged money laundering.
The last of three Russian scientists caught illegally mining bitcoin at a top-secret nuclear lab has been given a prison sentence.
Hackers have been distributing a compromised version of the official Tor Browser that’s packed with malware designed to steal bitcoin.
Purported crypto and forex investment firm Circle Society is accused by the CFTC of operating like a Ponzi scheme.
A U.S. federal grand jury indicted a South Korean citizen for operating a child porn site, funded by millions dollars worth of bitcoin.
Singaporean citizen Ho Jun Jia has been indicted for stealing over $5 million worth of cloud computing services to mine cryptocurrencies.
The number of investigations into cryptocurrency firms by the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority have reportedly seen a sharp rise in the last year.