Russian National Detained in Greece Allegedly Connected to BTC-e

Alexander Vinnik, 38, was detained in Greece yesterday on the charges of laundering $4 billion with bitcoins. Local media reports that he might be connected to BTC-e, a cryptocurrency exchange used predominantly by the Russian-speaking community, that recently went offline.

LeakedSource Reveals Details About BTC-E and Bitcointalk Hacks

LeakedSource published hacked data from Btc-e and Bitcointalk. The leaks happened over the past two years and contain personal information of registered users in encrypted form. The Bitcointalk hack in question happened back in 2015 while BTC-E was hacked in October 2014. According to LeakedSource, hackers got their hands on.

BTC-e Adds Ethereum and Dash

Popular bitcoin exchange BTC-e has announced today it added pairs ETH/BTC and DSH/BTC. BTC-e has been working since 2011, and until today it has supported only Bitcoin, Litecoin and Namecoin. Apart from USD, the exchange also offers trades for Russian Ruble and Euro. According to Bitcoin Charts, over the course.

Trading Operations at BTC-e Halted Due to Unscheduled Maintenance

One of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges with Russian language support, BTC-e, has suddenly halted operations Sunday morning. Users have been unable to withdraw their funds for several hours now. At the moment of writing, the platform itself remains accessible, as well as the chat. However, any attempt to withdraw.