Almost $1 billion stolen with Cryptocurrencies in 2018

Criminal activity in the crypto world has been undocumented for many years. In some cases, the frauds and scams aren’t even punished because the providers of the service just say that they “lost” the cryptocurrencies during a hacker attack or a data leak. Most of the times “losing” such amounts of money make the market fall, allowing the scammers to buy more and more to steal. The only piece of documentation and tracking was done in this report, where nearly every case is taken into account and all of the stolen money is compiled and calculated, amounting to $2.5 billion since 2009.

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Konstantin Rabin

About the Author: Konstantin Rabin

Konstantin has been working in the financial services industry since 2011. He is over-viewing various updates in the technology, regulation, and market movements. He's passionate about games and has a cute cat named Dog.

2 Comments

  1. God damn what a bunch of stupid, worthless thieves. You are all worthless POS’s. Makes me laugh every time when you losers cry like babies when I hand you your assess and take your bitcoins. It’s what you pathetic thieves deserve. Remember scum, I am everywhere. If you are a thief, I WILL get your coins, and if you have been around any length of time I already have. You are my targets, and I always win. Beware, pussies. Beware, I am everywhere, always.

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