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Korea’s Supreme Court Orders Seizure of $1.4 Million in Bitcoin in Criminal Case

South Korean authorities are cleared to confiscate 191 bitcoins, about $1.43 million, from the operator of a child pornography website in addition to a prison sentence and a penalty. In a ruling on Wednesday, South Korea’s Supreme Court said that cryptocurrency can be deemed a forfeitable asset in a criminal prosecution, Yonhap News reports. In
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