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The past few days have marked a renaissance in altcoin trading: previously-unknown projects on Uniswap, the leading Ethereum decentralized exchange, have been rallying by thousands of percent.
The founder of a high-flying ICO was charged by authorities in the US yesterday on charges of a massive tax evasion scheme.
In my time analyzing Ethereum addresses over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed an interesting trend: prominent funds such as Polychain Capital and prominent figures such as Andre Cronje, founder of Yearn.finance, regularly receive random coins from Uniswap.
According to a report from CoinDesk, the Chinese government has seized $4.2 billion worth of cryptocurrencies.
Texan regulators filed charges against 15 illicit investment platforms advertising false crypto, forex, and binary options investments, as per a Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) release shared with CryptoSlate.
Crypto scams and attacks are on the rise once again as the broader sector breaks out of a nearly three-year-long bear market.
While the average DeFi coin is down massively since the summer highs, there have been projects launching that have caught the attention of many crypto investors, resulting in millions of dollars worth of capital raised.
Darknet marketplaces and their operators have been the focus of authorities since the last decade.
Kate Winslet is scheduled to star in an upcoming Hollywood movie chronicling the rise and fall of OneCoin, a notorious Ethereum-based Ponzi scheme that raked in $4 billion from victims worldwide.
While the Ethereum decentralized finance space has cooled down dramatically since the euphoria seen in August and September, the space is still rife with scammers.
A group of around 50 crypto influencers was busted in an unsuccessful attempt to pump $FEW after screenshots of their closed Telegram group surfaced on Twitter.
In 2019, one of the biggest narratives in the crypto market was the PlusToken pyramid scheme.
A big marketplace known for selling illicit and illegal products on the dark web has reportedly exit-scammed with over $30 million in Bitcoin, as per reports.
Tech giant Google rescinded the license of a Philippines business running a scam involving Bitcoin and gift cards over the weekend, according to local reports.
The developer behind Asuka, a short-lived fork of DeFi project Yearn Finance (YFI), conducted an exit scam this morning, with sources noting the loot was between the range of $30,000-$60,000.
Hackers behind the Twitter breach early on Thursday embedded a Monero (XMR) centric message on several of their Bitcoin transactions—paying $11 in costs to do so.
Twitter has been ablaze over the past two hours as notable accounts within and outside of the crypto space have tweeted suspicious messages.
Two Nigerian scammers were held last week after hatching an elaborate fraud to steal “$435 million around the world” using illicit emails, luxury brand showoffs, and Bitcoin.