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Criminals are cashing in on Bitcoins for illegal activity from buying drugs, hiring hitmen and forging passports on ... - The Sun

The SunCriminals are cashing in on Bitcoins for illegal activity from buying drugs, hiring hitmen and forging passports on ...The SunHe said: “Cryptocurrencies are not illegal, but they are unregulated, decentralised currencies that can be quickly transferred across borders then converted into the currency of the country where the funds are received.” He added that his team is ...Bitcoin surges over $15000 despite 'Dante's Inferno' warning – as it happenedThe Guardianall 475 news articles »08-12-2017

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Criminals are cashing in on Bitcoins for illegal activity from buying drugs, hiring hitmen and forging passports on ...
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He said: “Cryptocurrencies are not illegal, but they are unregulated, decentralised currencies that can be quickly transferred across borders then converted into the currency of the country where the funds are received.” He added that his team is ...
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