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@mikko 26 Jul 17
Great research on where the coins stolen from Mt.Gox went. It's a big case; the coins are now worth billions of dollars.
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According to Google's researchers at , 95% of all ransomware payments that were cashed out, were cashed out via BTC-E.
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@mikko 26 Jul 17
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Cerber and Locky make most of the money out of all ransomware. Ransomware revenues now clearly above $1M per month.
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account no longer exists 26 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko
per MONTH? That's fckn WILD
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Jonas Steinberg 26 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko
It has nothing to do with decentralized currency and everything to do with mainstream capitalism.
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Steven Zakulec 26 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko
So is BTC-e's recent troubles and unplanned maintenance possibly more than just another breach?
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camilye 26 Jul 17
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Jakub Kaluzny 26 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko
Sounds like a perfect argument for govs to close BTC-E :)
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Tomasz Onyszko 27 Jul 17
Replying to @j_kaluzny @mikko
And "site is under maintenance"
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Peter Johnson 26 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko @Liveuamap
Ping see above
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Liveuamap 26 Jul 17
Replying to @alcebaid @mikko
yes, saw it. Btc-e end is also serious hit for many criminal operations, including state-sponsored
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Cryptocurrbit 27 Jul 17
Replying to @mikko
Wow!
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