It’s now been confirmed that the arrest of Alexander Vinnik on Wednesday and the suspension of the Bulgaria-based BTC-e exchange earlier on Tuesday were connected.As a DoJ press release states:A grand jury in the Northern District of California has indicted a Russian national and an organization he allegedly operated, BTC-e, for operating an unlicensed money service business, money laundering, and related crimes.And continues:“Mr. Vinnik is alleged to have committed and facilitated a wide range of crimes that go far beyond the lack of regulation of the bitcoin exchange he operated. Through his actions, it is alleged that he stole identities, facilitated drug trafficking, and helped to launder criminal proceeds from syndicates around the world,” said Chief Don Fort, IRS Criminal
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