A Swedish man was sentenced to six and a half years in prison after sending a bomb to employees of the Cryptopay Bitcoin wallet, debit card service, and exchange platform.
A Swedish court has sentenced a man to six and a half years in prison after he sent a “potentially lethal homemade bomb” to a U.K.-based crypto firm, BBC reports today, Nov. 9.Jermu Michael Salonen, 43, faced several charges in the Stockholm District Court, including sending a bomb to Cryptopay employees in London, and mailing a white

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