11May/19

US Blockchain Investor Terpin Awarded Over $75 Million in SIM Swapping Case

United States blockchain and crypto investor Michael Terpin has won $75.8 million in a civil case against 21-year-old Nicholas Truglia, who reportedly defrauded him of crypto assets. Reuters reported the news onRead More…

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26Apr/19

New Crypto-Mining Malware Targeting Asian Firms With NSA Tools

A new form of malware is targeting enterprises in Asia to mine monero (XMR) cryptocurrency. Cybersecurity software provider Symantec published the news in a blog post Wednesday, saying that over 80 percent ofRead More…

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24Apr/19

New York State Sees First Conviction for Crypto Money Laundering

A case involving millions of dollars in bitcoin and Western Union payments has resulted in New York State’s first conviction for cryptocurrency money laundering. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday thatRead More…

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22Apr/19

Hacked Crypto Exchange Zaif Resuming Full Services Under New Owner

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif, which was hacked for about $60 million last year, is under new management. The exchange announced on its corporate website on Friday that, as of Monday, April 22,Read More…

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19Apr/19

In First, FinCEN Penalizes Bitcoin Trader for Violating AML Laws

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has for the first time penalized what it dubs a “peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchanger” for breaking anti-money laundering (AML) rules. The U.S. regulator announced Thursday that California residentRead More…

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