Vitalii Antonenko is facing up to 20 years in jail for selling sensitive data after the prosecution traced his Bitcoin wallet.
RBI’s recent response to an information request shows that Indian banks are not prohibited from dealing with cryptocurrency business.
Telegram has dropped its appeal against a U.S. federal court’s injunction that forbade Gram distribution, putting a halt to the TON project.
The British-American entrepreneur admitted his privacy-oriented project Ghost borrowed from open-source anonymity coin PIVX, but apparently wants to sue it nonetheless.
Trading giant BitMEX briefly went offline just three days after being hit with a massive lawsuit, citing a trading engine error.
BitMEX and its executives have been accused of engaging in or abetting crimes that include racketeering, money laundering, wire fraud and unlicensed money transmission.
Jockeying for position continues, but it looks like Kleiman v. Wright is going to trial. Still, never say never as most lawsuits settle.
In mid-April, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the unsealed indictment tied to the Onecoin cofounder Sebastian Greenwood. At the same time, U.S. Judge Valerie Caproni had placed a stay order on the case against Greenwood, Konstantin Ignatov, Mark Scott and David Pike. Now Judge Caproni has lifted the stay and the court case against the defendants can […]
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A indictment alleging conspiracy to commit wire fraud against OneCoin co-founder Karl Greenwood was unsealed ahead of his June pre-trial conference
The Blockchain Association has asked the court to deny the SEC’s motion for summary judgment against Kik regarding its ICO