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CDCROP: Laptop hacker (Towfiqu Barbhuiya/Unsplash)
Raydium Exchange Exploiter Sends $2.7M to Tornado Cash
The exploiter sent a total of 42 transactions amounting to 1,774.5 ETH on Thursday.
CDCROP: Laptop hacker (Towfiqu Barbhuiya/Unsplash)

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Ethereum’s 2022 in Review: The Merge, MEV and Mayhem
Ethereum’s year was marked by reductions to energy costs and improved scalability, but it was also racked by hacks and “censorship.”
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CDCROP: Bitcoin, 100 dollars, Russian Flag (Getty Images)
Crypto 2023: It's Sanctions Season
With state governments increasing financial sanctions in 2022, crypto services might become as cautious about "risky" users as banks have been traditionally, says Anna Baydakova.
CDCROP: Bitcoin, 100 dollars, Russian Flag (Getty Images)

CDCrop "#Free Alexey" Pertsev MI2022 (Trevor & Violet Jones/CoinDesk)
‘We Are All F****d’: The Developers of Tornado Cash and the Future of Crypto
The arrest of a web developer for the now-sanctioned currency mixer Tornado Cash has raised questions about whom states can hold responsible when bad actors use software to commit crimes. That's why Alexey Pertsev is one of CoinDesk’s Most Influential 2022.
CDCrop "#Free Alexey" Pertsev MI2022 (Trevor & Violet Jones/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Courthouse in ‘S Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, where Alexey Pertsev was tried (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)
3 Things We Learned at Tornado Cash Dev Alexey Pertsev's Trial
The prosecution said little about free speech during the trail of the Tornado Cash privacy protocol developer. The focus may be on the mechanics of DeFi.
CDCROP: Courthouse in ‘S Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, where Alexey Pertsev was tried (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)

Cartel con la consigna “Liberen a Alex Pertsev” en un tribunal neerlandés. (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)
Alexey Pertsev, desarrollador de Tornado Cash, seguirá en prisión hasta al menos fines de febrero
Pertsev está en una prisión de los Países Bajos desde agosto acusado de facilitar el lavado de dinero por su trabajo en la aplicación sancionada por el Tesoro de Estados Unidos.
Cartel con la consigna “Liberen a Alex Pertsev” en un tribunal neerlandés. (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Free Alex Pertsev poster spotted outside the courthouse (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)
Tornado Cash Developer Alexey Pertsev to Remain in Jail Until at Least Late Februrary
Pertsev, a Russian national living in the Netherlands, has been accused of facilitating money laundering by developing the now sanctioned app
CDCROP: Free Alex Pertsev poster spotted outside the courthouse (Jack Schickler/CoinDesk)

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OFAC Backtracks (Somewhat) on Tornado Cash Sanctions
But not enough to stop lawsuits, says Coin Center.
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CDCROP: People watch a television broadcast showing a file image of a North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
US Treasury Adds to Tornado Cash Sanctions With North Korea WMD Allegations
OFAC first added Tornado Cash to its sanctions list in August.
CDCROP: People watch a television broadcast showing a file image of a North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

Monedas de privacidad y cómo funcionan. (Getty)
¿Qué son las monedas de privacidad y qué tan legales son?
Regular las monedas de privacidad continúa siendo una de las principales prioridades para las autoridades financieras en su intento de evitar actividades ilegales de trading de criptomonedas.
Monedas de privacidad y cómo funcionan. (Getty)