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Former Bitcoin Exchange CEO Charged With Embezzlement in Japan

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Former Bitcoin Exchange CEO Charged With Embezzlement in Japan

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Bitcoin Exchange CEO Charged With Laundering $1 Million Through Silk Road

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Bitcoin exchange CEO [Mark Karpeles] to be charged [on] suspicions of fraudulent system manipulation

The below translation or title translation is not by me, can not vouch for authenticity... original link in Japanese: http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXLASDG30HHD_Q5A730C1MM8000/
"In the case of the virtual currency exchange MtGox which lost a large amount of bitcoin, the Metropolitan Police Department have decided to build a case against the failed operating company's CEO on charges of fraudulently producing and using private electromagnetic records, an official connected to the investigation revealed in an interview on the 30th. The CEO is suspected of fraudulently manipulating the system and inflating the bitcoin balance of fake accounts.
The suspicions concern the French CEO of the exchange's operating company MTGOX (Tokyo/Shibuya) (currently under bankruptcy proceedings).
According to the official, as there are suspicions the CEO misappropriated deposited funds by fulfilling received bitcoin buy orders from fake accounts, the Metropolitan Police Department are also looking into pursuing charges of corporate embezzlement.
Last year, such as during the press conference announcing the collapse, the CEO had explained it was likely external cyber attacks that were responsible for the disappearance of the roughly 650,000 bitcoins (at the exchange rate of the 30th worth about 23 billion yen) that were in customer accounts and elsewhere.
However, this now means that very likely a portion of the bitcoins previously considered missing were fake.
MtGox at one time held a 70% market share among the world's bitcoin exchanges.
Last February, they applied for civil rehabilitation at the Tokyo District Court.
In April of the same year, the District Court decided to commence bankruptcy proceedings."
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Japan charges Bitcoin exchange CEO with embezzlement

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Japanese prosecutors seek 10 years jail time for former bitcoin exchange MtGox's CEO on embezzlement charges

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Prosecutors seek 10-year prison term for former CEO of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox on embezzlement charges - The Japan Times

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[JP] - Prosecutors seek 10-year prison term for former CEO of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox on embezzlement charges | The Japan Times

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[World] - Japanese prosecutors seek 10 years jail time for former bitcoin exchange MtGox's CEO on embezzlement charges | South China Morning Post

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[World] - Japanese prosecutors seek 10 years jail time for former bitcoin exchange MtGox's CEO on embezzlement charges

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[JP] - Prosecutors seek 10-year prison term for former CEO of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox on embezzlement charges

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Binance CEO Denies Rumors That the Exchange Charges 400 BTC per Listing | [blokt] - Blockchain, Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News

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Binance’s CEO Refutes the Exchange Charging 400 Bitcoin for Listing

Binance’s CEO Refutes the Exchange Charging 400 Bitcoin for Listing
The CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao has released an official statement that the company does not charge cryptocurrencies a listing fee of 400 BTC to integrate them on its exchange.
Last week, cryptocurrency researcher Christopher Franko cited a screenshot of an email with the address [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), alleging that Binance, the world’s largest digital asset exchange, has charged 400 bitcoin ($2.5 million) to list Expanse, his blockchain project, on the exchange.
However, the claims of Franko later was refuted by Changpeng Zhao’s official statement on August 1, saying that the exchange does not list cryptocurrencies for 400 BTC or even 4,000 BTC without conducting due diligence and putting them through a rigorous verification process.
The CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao
The statement of Changpeng Zhao reads:
We don’t list shitcoins even if they pay 400 or 4,000 BTC. ETH/NEO/XRP/EOS/XMLTC/more listed with no fee. Question is not ‘how much does Binance charge to list?’ but ‘is my coin good enough?’ It’s not the fee, it’s your project! Focus on your own project!
Also, the email Franko showed is a spoofed/scam email, not from Binance. Binance never quote fees in email, and not in BTC. Project owners should be able to spot email spoofing, those who can’t should not issue a coin. The communication process/method tells a lot about a coin,” he added.
Like the way major stock markets require listing fees and maintenance costs prior to listing new assets, that Binance and any other cryptocurrency exchange accept a listing fee to include a cryptocurrency into its platform is completely reasonable.
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On the contrary, it is irrelevant to pay the fee involved in the listing process whether that is 4 BTC, 40 BTC, 400 BTC, or 4,000 BTC, as blockchain projects that see merit in the listing, even with a high fee, will take the offer, and that is how the free market works. Enough demand and low supply is evitable factor leading the price of a product to rise.
However, Binance does not blindly accept fees to list cryptocurrencies. This is important for the users of Binance because it proves that the exchange does not list cryptocurrencies that are not legitimate no matter how much capital they have.
Conclusively, it is appropriate for cryptocurrency exchanges to charge high listing fees, given the high demand from the market. However, according to Changpeng Zhao and other blockchain operators in leading markets, major cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance are following proper protocols to intergrate digital assets on their exchanges.
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The CEO of a bitcoin exchange has been arrested and charged with running an illegal scheme to sell more than $1 million in bitcoins, the fast-growing digital currency, to users of Silk Road, the notorious online drug emporium, according to a statement from federal prosecutors

The CEO of a bitcoin exchange has been arrested and charged with running an illegal scheme to sell more than $1 million in bitcoins, the fast-growing digital currency, to users of Silk Road, the notorious online drug emporium, according to a statement from federal prosecutors submitted by Orangutan to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

CEO Of Bygone Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox Charged With Embezzlement

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Bitcoin Exchange BitInstant CEO Charged With Laundering $1 Million Through Silk Road

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The CEO of a bitcoin exchange has been arrested and charged with running an illegal scheme to sell more than $1 million in bitcoins, the fast-growing digital currency, to users of Silk Road, the notorious online drug emporium, according to a statement from federal prosecutors

The CEO of a bitcoin exchange has been arrested and charged with running an illegal scheme to sell more than $1 million in bitcoins, the fast-growing digital currency, to users of Silk Road, the notorious online drug emporium, according to a statement from federal prosecutors submitted by ModerationLog to ModerationLog [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Exchange CEO Charlie Shrem Arrested on Money Laundering Charge

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Prosecutors file charges against ex-CEO of Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange

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CHARGES AGAINST BITCOIN EXCHANGERS, INCLUDING CEO OF BITCOIN EXCHANGE COMPANY, FOR SCHEME TO SELL AND LAUNDER OVER $1 MILLION

Defendants Sold Bitcoins to be Used to Buy and Sell Illegal Drugs Anonymously on the Silk Road Drug Trafficking Website. Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, James J. Hunt, the Acting Special-Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”), and Toni Weirauch, the Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation (“IRS-CI”), announced the unsealing of criminal charges in Manhattan federal court against ROBERT M. FAIELLA, a/k/a “BTCKing,” an underground Bitcoin exchanger, and CHARLIE SHREM, the Chief Executive Officer and Compliance Officer of a Bitcoin exchange company, for engaging in a scheme to sell over $1 million in Bitcoins to users of “Silk Road,” the underground website that enabled its users to buy and sell illegal drugs anonymously and beyond the reach of law enforcement. Each defendant is charged with conspiring to commit money laundering, and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business. SHREM is also charged with willfully failing to file any suspicious activity report regarding FAIELLA’s illegal transactions through the Company, in violation of the Bank Secrecy Act. SCHREM was arrested yesterday at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, and is expected to be presented in Manhattan federal court later today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Henry Pitman. FAIELLA was arrested today at his residence in Cape Coral, Florida, and is expected to be presented in federal court in the Middle District of Florida.
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Prosecutors File Charges Against Ex-CEO of Mt.Gox Bitcoin Exchange

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