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After being arrested over the summer in a sting that was orchestrated by US and European law-enforcement agencies, Russian-born Alexander Vinnick, the purported creator and operator of shadowy digital-currency exchange BTC-E, appeared in a Greek court late last week for the first of what could be several hearings to determine where he will ultimately stand […]






In what would be a surprising achievement, after the US government seized the site’s domain, BTC-e announced that it has somehow retained access to customer wallets and deposits nearly two weeks after the site was taken down by a collaboration between US and European authorities. The announcement was published on a bitcoin forum account long […]






Aug 06, 2017

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by: admin

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Tags: Bitcoin, BTC, DOJ, Europe, Greece, Russia

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Categories: Government

Greek authorities have arrested a 38-year-old Russian man wanted in the United States on suspicion of masterminding a money laundering operation involving at least $4 billion through transactions in bitcoins. Reuters reports, a US jury indicted the man on Wednesday over the scheme which involved crimes ranging from computer hacking to drug trafficking. KeepTalkingGreece reports […]






Jul 27, 2017

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Tags: Bitcoin, Greece, Justice Department, Money, Police, Russia

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Categories: Government

Greek government bond yields fell after Greece and its lenders said they reached a long-awaited deal on reforms required to release further bailout funds. With a promise to further cut pensions and give taxpayers fewer breaks, Greece paved the way for the disbursement of further rescue funds from international lenders and possibly opened the door […]






In his latest review of monthly asset performance, DB’s Jim Reid writes that the month of April was for the most part a positive one for the bank’s sample of assets. For riskier assets in particular, April was however a bit of a tale of two halves. Escalating geopolitical concerns around Syria and North Korea […]






Skin in the Game is necessary to reduce the effects of the following divergences that arose mainly as a side effect of civilization: action and cheap talk (tawk), consequence and intention, practice and theory, honor and reputation, expertise and pseudoexpertise, concrete and abstract, ethical and legal, genuine and cosmetic, entrepreneur and bureaucrat, entrepreneur and chief […]






Poor, beleaguered Greece hopes to get its next 7.1 billion ($7.5 billion) bailout payment in June, just in time to make roughly 6 billion ($6.5 billion) in payments to creditors in July. Now, tense negotiations in Valetta, Malta, last month appeared to smooth some stumbling blocks to releasing the latest tranche of the 86 billion […]






Apr 19, 2017

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by: admin

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Tags: Bailout, Greece

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Categories: Crypto Currency, Market Commentary

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