Greece Extradites Alleged Launderer of $4B in BTC Alexander Vinnik to France
Adrian Zmudzinski's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 73%
Greece's Council of State ruled for the extradition to France of former operator of now-shuttered crypto exchange BTC-e and Russian national Alexander Vinnik. As Cointelegraph reported in late-July 2017, Vinnik was arrested during a vacation in Greece by local police and accused of heading a group that laundered $4 billion in Bitcoin over the course of six years. The total amount is 300,000 BTC.
The MtGox trustee also contacted the United States Department of Justice in search of information about Alexander Vinnik, the alleged former operator of BTC-e in early October 2019.
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