Investors in China launched a crypto scam after being deceived themselves — and got busted by the police.
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.
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Ransomware hackers initially demanded $10 million to restore access to travel firm CWT’s computers and delete any stolen data.
FinCEN is warning cybercriminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic, and asks firms to be especially vigilant regarding their dealings with virtual currencies.
Chinese police have arrested 27 leaders and 82 others suspected of operating the Ponzi scheme.
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The video sharing giant filed a motion to dismiss Ripple’s lawsuit that alleges that YouTube did not do enough to stop free XRP giveaway scams, copyright infringement.
Wozniak is among 18 plaintiffs suing the video-sharing giant for allowing crypto giveaway scams using his likeness to flourish on the platform.
Scammers promise high yields for people who allocate their money in a fake CBDC-related investment scheme.
According to the crypto analytics firm, 2.89 bitcoin associated with Wednesday’s security breach was moved to a Wasabi wallet late last night.