- The group laundered "tens of millions of euros" for criminal clientele they advertised to online. Cryptocurrency tumbling was one laundering vector, said Europol.
- Members laundered funds stolen from victims in the U.S., the U.K., Switzerland and Italy, according to a U.S. criminal indictment unsealed Thursday.
- At least 20 suspected QQAAZZ members are named in the court filings, though Boiko, who was arrested in April, is not. The arrested are accused of conspiracy to commit money laundering and subject to forfeiture allegations.
- Bitcoin mining rigs were seized in the move, said Europol.
This is a developing story.