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More Than 100 Flavors Of Malware Are Stealing Bitcoins
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5/22/2014 | 1:46:26 AM
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,Malware should be controlled in order to keep free the web sources to access for all of us. it is interesting to see. But people are so much unstable on these decisions. city club
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1/19/2020 | 5:15:16 PM
Re: Thanks
<p>from a Blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis reveals that it has traced $2.8 billion in Bitcoin sent to crypto exchanges by criminals last year. Noticeably, criminals sent major funds to Binance and Huobi. More so, Chanalysis tracked that the funds were transferred via criminal sources in 2019. Furthermore, Binance accounts for 27.5% of such funds whereas Huobi marked with 24.7% according to recent findings. This being said, over 300,000 individual accounts at both exchanges received Bitcoin from what 'Chainalysis noted' 'criminal sources in last year.</p>
https://www.visionary-finance.com/news/Report-Shows-Criminals-Transacting-Over-2-Billion-in-Bitcoin-On


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