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Federal Agencies Join Forces to Fight Crypto Scams


Several federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), convened at a Fraud Disruption Conference to combat crypto scams, particularly the “pig butchering” fraud that siphons billions from Americans annually....

DOJ Selects Coinbase to Provide Crypto Services to US Marshals Service


The Department of Justice (DOJ)’s U.S. Marshals Service has selected crypto exchange Coinbase to provide crypto custody and trading services. The U.S. government’s contract, valued at over $32 million, aims to streamline the management and disposal of seized cryptocurrencies, ensuring...

Malicious Crypto Wallet App Submitted to Apple Store Leads to Fraud Charges


The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Wednesday that Nikita Andreevich Sklyuev, also known as Valeriy Dorojkin, has been extradited from Ukraine and arraigned in Buffalo, NY, on charges of wire fraud and fraudulent use of an unauthorized access device. Sklyuev is accused of submitting...

Unlicensed Crypto Business Leads to Indictments in Utah


Two Utah residents have been indicted for operating an unlicensed money-transmitting business, converting over $2.5 million into cryptocurrency, according to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). The two were arrested over the weekend in Washington County. Utah Men Arrested for Illegal...

DOJ Captures Alleged ‘Architect’ of Darknet Marketplace Incognito


According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the operator of the darknet marketplace Incognito was apprehended at John F. Kennedy Airport on May 18. Law enforcement officials claim Rui-Siang Lin allegedly constructed the DNM and facilitated the sale of over $100 million worth of illegal drugs...

$25M Sophisticated Ethereum Blockchain Exploit Leads to Arrests in US


The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has indicted two brothers for wire fraud and money laundering. They allegedly exploited the Ethereum blockchain to steal $25 million in cryptocurrency within 12 seconds. Using sophisticated techniques, they manipulated transactions and concealed their...

What the DOJ’s First MEV Lawsuit Means for Ethereum


In a highly technical overview of an exploit that has since been patched, government prosecutors find that exploiting code is a crime. CoinDesk reached out to several experts in the Ethereum community to get their views on the case

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