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The Russian national linked to the laundering of $4 billion of Bitcoin stolen during the Mt. Gox hack is finally in court.
The trial of the alleged launderer of $4 billion worth of Bitcoin (BTC), Alexander Vinnik, got underway in Paris on Monday.
However, despite reported links to the 300,000 BTC hack of Mt. Gox in 2014, prosecutors are focusing on a 135-million-euro ($159 million) ransomware fraud targeting French businesses and organizations between 2016 and 2018.
According to The Associated Press, Russian national Vinnik is being charged with extortion, money laundering and criminal association after 20 victims of the "Locky" malware paid the ransom in Bitcoin through BTC-e.
Vinnik is alleged to be one of the creators of the malware and the former operator of the now-shuttered cryptocurrency exchange, although he claims that he was only a technical consultant at BTC-e and had no knowledge of any wrongdoing.
If found guilty, Vinnik faces up to 10 years in prison.
Vinnik trial for extortion and Bitcoin money laundering begins in Paris
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