Department of Justice News
The FBI is seeking individuals who held crypto assets on CoinGather who appeared to conduct an exit scam in November 2017.
If You Held Crypto on CoinGather in 2017 the US Government Wants to Give it Back
The U.S. Justice Department has seized coronaprevention.org — a domain being advertised to criminals by a suspected money launderer.
COVID-19 Domain Seized After Attempted Sale for BTC
U.S. authorities extradite Swedish citizen from Thailand for multi-million dollar fraudulent security offering in the form of a gold investment scheme.
US Gov’t Extradites Alleged Fraudster for Selling Fake Securities for $11M in BTC
A drug-dealing couple has pleaded guilty to selling a variety of controlled assets on the dark web in exchange for cryptocurrencies.
Dark Market Drug Dealers Plead Guilty, Forfeit Crypto Proceeds
The U.S. Department of Justice announced that a group of hackers might face over 100 years in prison after stealing $2.5 million.
US DoJ Charges Group of Individuals Who Stole $2.5 Mln in Crypto Via SIM Swapping
A joint regulatory task force set up by U.S. presidential decree seeks to combat digital currency fraud risks to the general public.
New US Gov’t Task Force Highlights Digital Currency Fraud for ‘Particular Attention’
Remittance giant Western Union has been fined $568 mln after admitting to money laundering and supporting fraudulent wire transfers. Blockchain-based technologi...
Western Union Fined $586 Mln for Money Laundering, Fraudulent Transfers