Six were arrested in a cryptocurrency coin that stole 27.3 million users.
Updated July 18, 2019
Six people have been arrested in Britain and the Netherlands
As a result, 24 million and 27.3 million were stolen
The suspect is a British internet site
RC United (SW RCCU) and the Dutch Police
(Courtesy) Europe, Polo, Eurovision, and the United Kingdom (NCA)
According to 25 reports
Investigation revealed cases of spelling errors
We know that there are known cryptocurrency transactions on the Internet to buy
The victim came from a Bitcoin wallet and stole the money and the certificate.
Five men and five women were arrested in the detention center
Faster at home in Charlcombe, Lower Stone, and Staverton
According to the statement, the United Kingdom, Amsterdam and Rotterdam are in the Netherlands.
Thieves have affected at least 4,000 people in 12 countries, but others may be affected.
According to a Europol press release:
Today, in cooperation with SWRCCU, the Dutch police (Europol) and Europol
[Of the 24 people, 6 were arrested after 14 months of investigation
Five men and five women were arrested at their home in Charlcombe, Lower Weston.
Stafferton (United Kingdom), Amsterdam and Rotterdam (Netherlands).
The theft targeting individual Bitcoin users has affected at least 4,000 people in 12 countries
The number grows regularly.
The analysis involved the processing, creation or reproduction of the famous cryptocurrency exchange.
To make money from Bitcoin victims, they hack a safe website, steal their money and login information.
The case was transferred to the European Center for Cyber Crime
[Electronic crime workers work together
((J-Cat)) By Europol
The English authorities identified the suspect in the Netherlands. Support the use of EC3
February 2018 enables J-Cat to coordinate international cooperation between different EU member states.
Moreover, a surgical session was held between British and Dutch officials at European headquarters
The exchange of evidence and evidence led to these successful arrests. I attended planning meetings
The euro zone plans to hold a one-day event.