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New York couple plead guilty to bitcoin laundering

A married couple from New York dubbed "Bitcoin Bonnie and Crypto Clyde" pleaded guilty on Thursday to laundering billions of dollars in stolen bitcoin, prosecutors announced.

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US agency raises 'serious concerns' about tech visa lottery

The number of applications for visas used in the technology industry soared for a second straight year, raising "serious concerns" that some are manipulating the system to gain an unfair advantage, authorities said Friday.

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Ex-CEO Braun denies 'all charges' in Wirecard fraud trial

Wirecard's ex-CEO Markus Braun denied all charges against him and insisted he had no knowledge of the massive accounting fraud that brought down the German payments firm, as he took the stand for the first time on Monday.

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Judge approves FTX choice of law firm as bankruptcy counsel

The judge presiding over the bankruptcy of cryptocurrency exchange FTX has approved the company's choice of a law firm representing it in the bankruptcy, despite concerns about potential conflicts of interest.

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