Nearly $1B in Bitcoin Moves From Wallet Linked to Silk Road
A wallet possibly belonging to early dark net market Silk Road moved almost $1 billion worth of bitcoin early on Wednesday.
Crypto sleuthing firm Elliptic says one of the world's most prolific cybercriminals is going out on its own terms.
Blockchain analysis firm Elliptic said the proposal could “adversely impact” existing anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.
A darknet ad flagged by the crypto sleuths at Elliptic says vendors will bury vacuum-packed physical cash “5-20 cm under the ground.”
The number of crypto criminals using so-called privacy wallets to help hide their identities is on the rise, according to analytics firm Elliptic.
Darknet markets are falling off the radar and watching their customer base level off.