South Korea has been providing a lot of Bitcoin or crypto –related news lately. But this one is unrelated to any regulatory actions or the like. This time it’s about officials removing 191 bitcoins from a criminal’s possession earlier this week.
The culprit was running an illegal website which was linked to Bitcoin transactions. This proves once again that Bitcoin transacting is not entirely anonymous, as many people still believe.
South Korean law enforcement officials arrested the individual for running such illegal operations, and confiscated 191 bitcoins. Although the charge was that

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