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  • ...tcoin system’s possible impact on national currencies, its potential for criminal misuse, and the implications of its use for taxation." <ref>{{cite web|url= ...an researchers say nearly half of all Bitcoin transactions are for illegal activity|org=Business Insider|date=February 5, 2018}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https
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  • [[Category: criminal activity]]
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  • === Criminal Activity === ...nks are Ripple's principal target market for XRP, the amount of suspicious activity could be troubling. According to a Ripple spokesperson, “Like other cryp
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  • ...peculated that the gains could be explained by Indian traders’ increased activity following the government’s recent proposed blanket ban on cryptocurrencie ...as still highly illiquid, any major price movement was likely due to whale activity in the cryptocurrency markets.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bloomberg.com
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  • ...tutions, or other third parties. Silk Road was primarily used for criminal activity. It was shut down in 2013 after the arrest of its founder, Ross William Ulb ...t an 'Ebay for Drugs': The Cryptomarket 'Silk Road' as a Paradigm Shifting Criminal Innovation|org=SSRN|date=February 9, 2018}}</ref> Because of this, an estim
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  • ...et worth "never came close to $1 billion." He also said that there are "no criminal laws against pre-mining." <ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bloomberg.com/new == Eleemosonary activity ==
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  • [[Category:criminal activity]]
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  • [[Category:Criminal activity]]
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  • ...|date=November 4, 2019}}</ref> A SIM swap is a fraudulent maneuver where a criminal pretends to own a person's mobile phone which has been lost or damaged and
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  • In the first confirmation of a criminal investigation at Mt. Gox, the exchange said on March 26, 2014 that it was w In the first confirmation of a criminal investigation at Mt. Gox, the exchange said on March 26, 2014 that it was w
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  • [[Category: Criminal activity]]
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  • [[Category: criminal activity]]
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  • Pierce publicly advocated for investment and entrepreneurial activity in Puerto Rico in conjunction with a number of other cryptocurrency busines ...ventually, Pierce's two older business partners were charged with criminal activity and all three of them were the subject of at least one civil suit alleging
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  • ...e & Specialists Departments issued supervisory guidance regarding criminal activity related to transactions in cryptocurrencies.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www
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  • ...ctions on [[Silk Road]], an online marketplace primarily used for criminal activity.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/a-26-ye
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  • == Criminal Accusations == ...7 that he did not orchestrate the attacks and had no knowledge of criminal activity on BTC-e, and that he was only a technician. He also denied the claim that
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  • [[Category: criminal activity]]
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  • [[Category: criminal activity]]
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  • ...p of people - those "in the know." This can make it difficult to track the activity of users on such sites.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.techopedia.com/defin ...t an 'Ebay for Drugs': The Cryptomarket 'Silk Road' as a Paradigm Shifting Criminal Innovation|org=Judith Aldridge (University of Manchester), David Decary-Het
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  • ...those at the CFTC, the [[SEC]] and other federal and state regulators and criminal authorities to work together to create "forward-thinking" regulations for d ...ogy. Though he has repeatedly affirmed the presence of widespread criminal activity in the crypto space, including fraud and theft, he has also emphasized the
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