On what grounds were the creators of India’s first Bitcoin “ATM” arrested this October?
Earlier in October, the developers of India’s first Bitcoin (BTC) “ATM” were arrested in the city of Bangalore under criminal charges, in a case that has shaken the local startup community and cast a spotlight on the lack of clarity surrounding “the law of the land” in regard to crypto.While the official Freedom of Information Report (FIR), detailing the charges against the men, is not in the public domain, the mainstream media has

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Japanese authorities have arrested eight men for a $68 million Ponzi scheme

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