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Alexander Vinnik, a Russian Hacker. accused of lau

Postby alexqqjones » Tue Oct 31, 2017 10:51 pm

A US jury indicted a Russian man on Wednesday as the operator of a digital currency exchange he allegedly used to launder more than $4 billion for people involved in crimes ranging from computer hacking to drug trafficking. Until news of Vinnik's arrest, the identity of anyone behind it had been unknown. Bitcoin Core is the backbone of the Bitcoin network Almost all Bitcoin wallets rely on Bitcoin Core in one way or another. If you have a fairly powerful computer that is almost always online, you can help the network by running Bitcoin Core. You can also use Bitcoin Core as a very secure Bitcoin wallet.Image;u=281010;u=215102

Copyright 2017 Reuters Limited. All rights reserved. Republication and redistribution of Reuters content is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Reuters. Reuters shall not be liable for any errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Researchers tracked payments from ransomware operations such as Locky,Alexander Vinnik, a Russian Hacker. indicted for laundering Billions using bitco, Cerber, NotPetya, WannaCry, Spora, and others. In total, 34 families, and over 154,Alexander Vinnik, a Russian national. summoned for laundering Billions using bit,000 binaries.
An eastern european suspected of masterminding a money-laundering operation using bitcoin appeared in a Greek court on Friday for any hearing to consider his extradition to the United States.
Alexander Vinnik was busted in a hotel in northern Portugal in late July on a US. warrant. Russia has since furthermore requested his extradition on individual fraud charges, his lawyer Xanthippi Moisidou said.
The U.S. Justice Department declared Alexander Vinnik commited crimes since 2011 including computer hacking, fraud and drug trafficking by laundering at least $4 billion dollars through BTC-e,Alexander Vinnik, a Russian national. arraigned for laundering Billions using bi, an exchange used to trade bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Vinnik, who was escorted handcuffed through the back door of a Thessaloniki courtroom, denies any wrongdoing. If extradited to the United States, he faces up to 55 years in prison.
Alexander Vinnik is one of 7 Russians arrested or indicted on U. S. cyber crime costs this year.
Russia offers sought the extradition of its nationals wanted by the U. S. before this. Yevgeniy Nikulin, an alleged European hacker,Alexander Vinnik, a Russian Hacker. blamed for laundering Billions using bitcoin, was arrested in Prague last year and both the United States plus Russia want him extradited.
Russia's Foreign Ministry had criticized Nikulin's arrest, saying it showed Wa was mounting a global manhunt towards Russian citizens.
A court hearing for Vinnik's extradition to Russia has not yet already been set, Moissidou said.
Greece's justice minister can typically approve extradition to one country plus block the other in the event of competing demands from two or more nations.
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