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The 2017 Global Drugs Survey is expected to show continuing popularity of Darknet markets, fuelled by crypto, for drugs purchases.
Bitcoin was reportedly the currency of choice for five Indians who trafficked LSD worth 7 million rupees to India from the US.
Prosecutors in Norway have demanded from drug dealers linked to the now defunct Silkroad site to pay a penalty in Bitcoins.
Why Danish police tracking Bitcoin operations to jail drug traffickers is good for the image of crypto.
The US psychedelic research organization MAPS has started accepting Bitcoin donations. The move is the latest in a series of beneficial decisions for Bitcoin from the US’ fledgling medical marijuana industry.
Ann Rivers, a Washington State senator, introduced last week a bill to ban the use of bitcoin in purchasing or selling marijuana-related products.
India is quickly becoming a hotbed of Bitcoin activity
Bitcoin’s public image took another hit as the CEO and the CTO of the popular peer-to-peer exchange Paxful were arrested in South Beach on multiple weapons and drugs charges.
As the European Drug Report 2016 comes out, CoinTelegraph speaks to Peter Todd about Monero, the decriminalization of Bitcoin and the right to protect one’s privacy.
Mexican drug cartels generate a lot of profit in the USA, which is one of their main markets. How is this money transferred back to Mexico?
Rumour has long been that Homeland Security in the United States has been interested in Bitcoin’s role in the buying and selling of drugs and other illegal goods and services.
We look at the 10 top bitcoin fiascos, related to money laundering, funding criminals, extortion, Ponzi and MLM, drug dealing, kidnapping, dodgy banks and the fall of Mt.Gox.
Bitcoin ATMs are highly concentrated in minority areas in New York City.Some suggest they are targeting minorities involved in the drugs trade.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, CoinTelegraph investigates just how much Ireland had been impacted by Bitcoin.
Maximilian S. was an aspiring drug kingpin who ran an entire operation for two years out of his mother’s flat.
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