Jon Montroll, who ran the now-defunct bitcoin investment platform BitFunder, has pled guilty to securities fraud and obstruction of justice charges.
The operator of defunct bitcoin investment platform BitFunder is negotiating a plea deal over criminal charges laid against him by the SEC.
A British county police force has become the first in the country to have successfully seized and sold bitcoins obtained in a criminal case.
Illicit crypto-miners and ransomware have swapped places in popularity among cybercriminals, says a security firm.
In a legal tug-of-war between France, Russia and the U.S., Greek courts have ruled in France's favour to take over custody of Alexander Vinnik.
Twelve Russian officials indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email accounts allegedly used cryptocurrencies, the DOJ announced.
A judge in New York has postponed a decision on a crypto fraud lawsuit until the CFTC can explain how it calculated damages.
The CFTC is wrapping up its case against accused fraudster Patrick McDonnell – but the hearings in New York this week have been anything but simple.
Two Nevada men have settled with the SEC over alleged illicit trading of a claimed blockchain company's stock.
Hackers reportedly reaped more than $2 million in different cryptocurrencies after spreading malware across computers in China.