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Russia: Bitcoin Activity Rising Despite Strict Law Proposals (current BTC/USD price is $9,174.21)

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Russia: Bitcoin Activity Rising Despite Strict Law Proposals

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Russia: Bitcoin Activity Rising Despite Strict Law Proposals

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Russia: Bitcoin Activity Rising Despite Strict Law Proposals

A branch of the Russian federal government has recently published a draft of new litigation called “On Digital Financial Assets,” which is focused on enforcing strict cryptocurrency laws in the country. The legislation has not been approved yet and has been in discussion since 2018. The new laws define Bitcoin as property but not legal […]
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Russian And Finland Exchanges - Top Choice For Illegal Bitcoin Activities

Russian And Finland Exchanges - Top Choice For Illegal Bitcoin Activities

The Two Countries Reported 5,23% And 12,01% Of All Bitcoin Received From Illicit Actions, Respectively
CipherTrace, a blockchain analytics company, published a report, stating that Finland and Russia have become hotspots for hiding illicitly acquired cryptocurrencies.
According to the Cryptocurrency Crime and Anti-Money Laundering report by CypherTrace, since the start of 2020 approximately $1,36 billion worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen, or a result of hacking of fraudulent behavior. However, the company noted that the amount is still below 2019’s $4.5 billion total.
„Three years in a row Finland ranks as the #1 place to store criminal BTC. Local cryptocurrency exchange LocalBitcoins, which is one of the largest P2P exchanges to date, accounts for 99 percent of the total illicitly acquired BTC in Finland.”, the report states.

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The report found an interesting link between crypto frauds and the recent COVID-19 virus outbreak. According to CipherTrace, the lockdown created an opportunity for large-scale phishing, as criminals lured victims directly in messenger platforms, requesting Bitcoin payments.
One of the mostly-traded crypto resources during the COVID-19 months were COVID-19 phishing sites, the report states.
The second-largest country in popularity, Russia, marked a 5,23% market share of all illicitly-obtained crypto funds. Over 86% of the criminal BTC in Russia came from the Russian Dark Web marketplace, Hydra Market.
Crypto exchanges in the United Kingdom ranked third in the country list. Interestingly, 31,2 percent of all U.K. transactions also came from Hydra Market. However, the numbers are down from 2018, where 57,6 percent of all illicitly-acquired crypto funds in the United Kingdom came from Hydra Market.
Further in the report, CipherTrace recorded 74% of all Bitcoin moved between exchanges is cross-border. The analytics company noted how important it is to have proper AML/CTF standards, like those of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). It turns out criminals utilize the differences between regulatory compliance in jurisdictions to place arbitrages.
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Bitcoin Activity on the Dark Web Grew by 65% in Q1 2020, Says Study

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Darknet Bitcoin Activity Grew by 65% Over the Year

Darknet Bitcoin Activity Grew by 65% Over the Year submitted by Czfacts to Bitcoin_News [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Activity on the Dark Web Grew by 65% in Q1 2020, Says Study

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Bitcoin Activity on the Dark Web Grew by 65% in Q1 2020, Says Study

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Bitcoin Activity on the Dark Web Grew by 65% in Q1 2020, Says Study

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Darknet Bitcoin Activity Grew by 65% Over the Year

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Dark web bitcoin activity continuing to grow according to new report

Dark web bitcoin activity continuing to grow according to new report submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

BitcoinMeister - I fully support Trace Mayer! 3rd party trust & Bitcoin activities, Fidelity mining! Ballet, Iowa

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Recent Data About Bitcoin Activity Spells Worrisome Signs For Bitcoin

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Coinbase patents platform to fight illegal bitcoin activity

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Bitcoin's Active Supply Records New High

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Bitcoin Active Addresses Surges by 1 Million. What Does It Mean?

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Illegal Bitcoin Activity?

Let me provide some context, someone I know, let's call him Zach, was offered a job as an "investment consultant" for a company claiming to be xDeck and offered a position doing research and talking to investors for them. Later on in the hiring process, they were asked to create a Zelle account for money transfers and a WhatsApp account to learn from someone more experienced as somehow this was all a part of it. They awoke one morning to see a bank text about a 4 digit transfer of money into their account and a WhatsApp message asking for confirmation of receiving the money. They confirmed to, let's call him "Steve", that they had received it and were told to withdraw all but 8% and find a Bitcoin ATM to deposit the money with a QR code they had provided as well. "Steve" also claimed that in order to make sure the transaction went through to claim it was Zach's account, not Steve's as it would delay or cancel the process otherwise. Zach while waiting for the verification process on the Bitcoin ATM got cold feet, closed his Zelle account and uninstalled WhatsApp ending communication with the individual. I bring this to you as Zach is now sitting on about a grand of some other companies money as he believes they were trying to get him to do some illegal international transfer. Is there something illegal about this or is it somehow legitimate?
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Bitcoin Active Supply Witness Sharp Decline As Compared to Previous Year

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Bitcoin Active Supply Witness Sharp Decline As Compared to Previous Year

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Bitcoin Active Supply Reaches 6-Month High | TheCryptoAssociate

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Bitcoin Activity Is Still Flying High

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Woz sues YouTube over “bitcoin giveaway” scam videos using his name Section 230 gives platforms like YouTube broad immunity for user content. Timothy B. Lee - Jul 23, 2020 3:14 pm UTC Bitcoin (BTC) prices - Nasdaq offers cryptocurrency prices & market activity data for US and global markets. sMiles rewards user activity and attention with fractions of Bitcoin, called sats. There are 100 million sats in one Bitcoin. And there will be only 21 million Bitcoin forever. Earn sats with sMiles and become a Bitcoiner. The total number of mined bitcoin that are currently circulating on the network. Market Price. The average USD market price across major bitcoin exchanges. Market Capitalization (USD) Network Activity. Unique Addresses Used. The total number of unique addresses used on the blockchain. Confirmed Transactions Per Day. Most notably, Bitcoin owners have pulled thousands of coins off of exchanges, causing trade activity to decrease. The key takeaway from these moves is that Bitcoin investors are now more interested in keeping their funds safe in personal wallets than on exchanges. Cold storage means less network activity, which can be seen in the data.

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