U.S. Federal Judge Rules in Favor Bitcoin IRA in Case Against Kingdom Trust

A United States federal judge has ordered asset custodian Kingdom Trust to fully restore data access to all affected clients…

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OneCoin Co-Founder Pleads Guilty, Faces up to 90 Years in Jail

Konstantin Ignatov, co-founder of alleged crypto scam OneCoin, has pleaded guilty to participation in the multi-billion dollar fraud. According to…

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New York Resident Indicted for Crypto Scam, Charged With Wire Fraud

The Office of United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations and prosecutors for the Southern District of New…

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Craig Wright Says He Has No Funds for Settlement in Kleiman Case

The latest court documents in the David Kleinman versus Craig Wright case filed on Nov. 1 reveal that Wright —…

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Victim of $24 Million SIM Swap Case Writes Open Letter to FCC Chairman

SIM swapping victim Michael Terpin wrote an open letter to the United States Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai.…

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SEC Insists Grams Are Securities — TON Launch Won’t Change This

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has responded to Telegram’s counterclaim, insisting that Grams are securities. Preventing Telegram…

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Telegram Asks Court to Deny SEC’s Action, Says Gram Is Not a Security

Telegram responded to the United States securities regulator, arguing that Gram, the native cryptocurrency for the Telegram Open Network (TON),…

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Supreme Court of India Postpones Cryptocurrency Ban Hearing to November

The Supreme Court of India has postponed a hearing that would consider the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) ban on…

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Telegram Responds to Investors on SEC Action, Hearing Set for Oct. 24

Telegram Open Network (TON) developers responded to its investors after American regulators abruptly announced that its $1.7 billion token sale…

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US Charges Singaporean Miner Who Stole $5M Worth of Cloud Computing Power

The United States prosecutors have officially indicted a man from Singapore for using stolen identities to illegally utilize Amazon Web…

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