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April 28th: Bitcoin mixers now traceable? Forrest Gump goes crypto? Uranium leak costs $50M.

By Dahveed | Noncense | 29 Apr 2021


The IRS arrested the alleged owner of Bitcoin Fog, a mixer that laundered $366M BTC, after analyzing 10 years of transactions. So they can spend years tracing Bitcoin transactions but can’t spend 5 minutes to simplify crypto gains reporting — fog you, IRS. 

 

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Folks, we finally have mainstream adoption: Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurants will be accepting crypto as payment. They should just beware that crypto is like a box of chocolates: sooner or later, someone will try to pay with Safemoon.



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Bitcoin may be gold but Ethereum’s market cap has surpassed platinum. No wonder, though - platinum miners don’t even use ASICS.

 

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A dev of Uranium Finance may have leaked info that led to a $50M exploit. Ok, maybe, just an idea, if you don’t want toxic leaks, don’t name your project Uranium.

 

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The Opera web browser is integrating .crypto domains across devices and platforms. All of Opera’s 5 users outside of iPhones (and maybe double that on iPhones) will be happy to hear this news. 

 

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