US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin

  • US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin theft
  • Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that investigated Silk Road.
  • Related: Silk Road: undercover DEA agent turned bitcoin thief pleads guilty
  • Silk Road operated for more than two years until it was shut down in October 2013 having generated more than $214m in sales of drugs and other illicit goods using bitcoin, prosecutors said.
  • Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes

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Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes


US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin

The fish farm of the future

Super cool interactive infographic of a self-contained sustainable fish farm

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Fish farms have divided critics. But problems around pollution and the use of wild fish as feed could be resolved by a new, self-contained approach to fish farming.


The fish farm of the future

Where does the money go? Remittances around the world visualised

#Remittances around the world - 2013 infographic -   via @guardian #bitcoin #cryptocurrency

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Where does the money go? Remittances around the world visualised

US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin

  • US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin theft
  • Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that investigated Silk Road.
  • Related: Silk Road: undercover DEA agent turned bitcoin thief pleads guilty
  • Silk Road operated for more than two years until it was shut down in October 2013 having generated more than $214m in sales of drugs and other illicit goods using bitcoin, prosecutors said.
  • Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes

Read the full article, click here.


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Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes


US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin

US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin

  • US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin theft
  • Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that investigated Silk Road.
  • Related: Silk Road: undercover DEA agent turned bitcoin thief pleads guilty
  • Silk Road operated for more than two years until it was shut down in October 2013 having generated more than $214m in sales of drugs and other illicit goods using bitcoin, prosecutors said.
  • Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes

Read the full article, click here.


@bitcoinagile: “US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 #bitcoin”


Shaun Bridges, a former secret service member, pleads guilty to money laundering after another member of same task force admitted to similar crimes


US federal agent investigating Silk Road admits $800,000 bitcoin