In a series of raids against the crime syndicate, police seized $2M in crypto, $1.5M in cash, luxury watches, guns, and two tonnes of drugs.
Binance Australia Derivates has paid $13.1 million in compensation for failing to provide required protections to retail users.
The ‘Long River’ syndicate is said to have used an Australia-wide remittance company in its AU$228 million cash and crypto laundering scheme.
As Stake attempts to tap into Australia’s growing gambling population, an established Sydney-based share trading platform protects its brand.
The crypto scam baited US victims into investing in manipulated crypto and forex trading sites while Chinese students legitimized the scheme.
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