Browsing the "Law Enforcement" Tag

FBI Seeking Potential Victims of BitConnect to Assist Investigation

| Yogita Khatri

The FBI is reaching out to those who invested in the now-worthless BCC token offered by the defunct crypto exchange BitConnect.

IOTA: Almost All Tokens From $11 Million Hack Have Been Found

| Daniel Palmer

Almost all of roughly $11 million-worth of iota tokens alleged to have been stolen by a British man have been found.

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Japan Lost $540 Million to Crypto Hacks in First Half of 2018

| Daniel Palmer

Japan's police agency has released data revealing that cyberattacks leading to thefts of cryptocurrency rose sharply earlier this year.

Chinese City Is Using Blockchain to Track Convicts on Parole

| Wolfie Zhao

Convicts on parole in the southern Chinese city of Zhongshan can now find themselves being tracked over a blockchain network.

Russian Agency to Track Crypto Wallets of Criminal Suspects

| Anna Baydakova

Rosfinmonitoring is seeking to expand its internal systems to account for cryptocurrencies.

German Authorities Sold $14 Million in Seized Cryptos Over Price Fears

| Wolfie Zhao

Prosecutors in Germany have made an emergency sale of cryptocurrencies seized in two investigations due to concerns over price volatility.

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Justice Department Veteran Backs Bitcoin Crime-Fighting Tool

| David Floyd

A former U.S. Department of Justice section head has been hired to help drive sales of Bitfury's Crystal, a blockchain tracking product.

Korea’s Biggest Crypto Exchange Raided Over Suspected Fraud

| Daniel Palmer

Prosecutors in South Korea have raided the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the country, UPbit, over suspected fraud, according to a report.

China’s Security Ministry Touts Blockchain for Evidence Storage

| Wolfie Zhao

China's Ministry of Public Security has developed a blockchain system aimed to more securely store evidence collected during police investigations.

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I’ll Give You My Bitcoin When You Pry It From My Cold, Dead Hands

| Marc Hochstein

Unlike money in the bank, cryptocurrency can't be unilaterally seized by governments, clawing back a modicum of power for the individual.