Florida Man Pleads Not Guilty In Bitcoin Case Linked To Massive Bank Hack

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Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office engagement print shows Anthony Murgio, who is one of 5 defendants charged on Jul 21, 2015 in a box related to a large hacking during JPMorgan Chase in this picture expelled on Aug 4, 2015. Handout / Reuters

A Florida male with purported ties to a large U.S. bank hacking intrigue pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Manhattan sovereign justice to rapist charges in a apart box involving an bootleg Bitcoin sell allegedly used by crooks to modify unlawful digital supports to cash.

Anthony Murgio, 31, was charged on 7 depends for his tie to Coin.mx, an unlawful banking send operation that allegedly authorised criminals to income in Bitcoins paid by people to get malware private from their computers. The charges opposite him operation from swindling to dedicate handle rascal and income laundering to bribing an central from a financial institution.

Murgio was formerly believed to be a arch renter behind Coin.mx. However, in an complaint unblocked progressing this month a supervision claims that an Israeli associate of Murgio’s, Gery Shalon is a loyal owners of Coin.mx. Shalon is a purported mastermind



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