More jail time awaits Shaun Bridges who is already serving a six-year sentence for funneling BTC to his personal account while investigating Silk Road.
The United States government has collected $48.23 million from the sale of the Bitcoin seized from the now-defunct dark marketplace Silk Road.
Shaun Bridges, while investigating online black market Silk Road has confessed to pocketing even more sacks of the digital currency.
Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht is returning to the federal court in hopes of overturning his conviction and life sentence.
The feds pushed through with the plan and emerged with close to $2 million in profit.
Australia’s financial intelligence agency sees bitcoin as an emerging threat, and so it must be regulated under stricter laws.
Remember Shaun Bridges? the former Secret Service agent who pleaded guilty to stealing from the now-defunct online black market Silk Road.
The European Union doesn’t see any need to regulate the “hyped” virtual currencies. At least, not yet.
The man who was said to be the brains behind the now-defunct Silk Road operation is awaiting extradition to the United States for trial.
In most cases, bitcoin and the blockchain technology go hand in hand. This partnership is accepted globally, but apparently, not in Russia.