Economist Argues Bitcoin Isn’t Real Money in Miami Money Laundering Case

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  • It appears, once again, that the Dark Web and bitcoin aren’t untraceable.
  • The professor was paid $3,000 worth of bitcoins for his appearance.
  • An argument being presented in an American courtroom will alarm many common sense observers: bitcoin isn’t real money, so someone accused of laundering it shouldn’t be convicted of money laundering.
  • Espinoza’s lawyers, Prieto and Rene Palomino, want the charges dismissed since bitcoin

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An argument being presented in an American courtroom will alarm many common sense observers: bitcoin isn’t real money, so someone accused of laundering it shouldn’t be convicted of money laundering.


Economist Argues Bitcoin Isn’t Real Money in Miami Money Laundering Case