Silk Road Bitcoin Sale: U.S. Makes $48 Million

Silk Road Bitcoin Sale: U.S. Makes $48 Million | Fortune

The U.S. Justice Department has claimed the proceeds from the sale of 144,336 bitcoins, valued at just over $48 million, that it obtained after shutting down the notorious online drug market Silk

Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Forfeiture Of $48

Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Forfeiture Of $48 Million From Sale Of Silk Road Bitcoins Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, today announced the forfeiture of $48,238,116 in proceeds (the “Proceeds”) from the sale of the 144,336 Bitcoins that were recovered from Ross William

Feds Miss out on $600 Million Payday in Silk Road Bitcoin

The U.S. Department of Justice recently claimed the proceeds from the sale of 144,336 bitcoins found in Ross Ulbricht’s laptop, gained from Silk Road’s seizure in 2013. Claiming the proceeds took a couple of years, and netted the government little over $48 million.

U.S. Government Nets $48M from Sale of Seized Silk Road

The U.S. government has finally claimed $48 million brought in after the infamous Silk Road was seized by the feds in 2013. In the successful government raid of the market, the authorities seized 144,336 Bitcoins, all which were auctioned off in 2014 and 2015.

The Feds Just Collected $48 Million from Seized Bitcoins

The U.S. Justice Department has claimed the proceeds from the sale of 144,336 bitcoins, valued at just over $48 million, that it obtained after shutting down the notorious online drug market Silk Road in 2013.

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The U.S. government has finally claimed $48 million brought in after the infamous Silk Road was seized by the feds in 2013. In the successful government raid of the market, the authorities seized 144,336 Bitcoins, all which were auctioned off in 2014 and 2015.

U.S. government earns $48 millions from sale of «Silk Road

Last week the founder of “Silk Road” dark web marketplace Ross Ulbricht withdrew his claim to the Bitcoins which have been seized by U.S. authorities in 2013. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that it had sold Ulbricht’s 144,336 Bitcoins for about $48 million, or $334 each on average.

NYC Federal Officials Confiscate $48 Million from Silk

Manhattan federal prosecutors have seized $48 million from Robert Ulbricht, Silk Road creator. Tue, Nov 20, 2018. U.S. Silk Road Ross but its incorporation of bitcoin into the illegal

The Feds Just Collected $48 Million from Seized Bitcoins

Oct 02, 2017 · The U.S. Justice Department has claimed the proceeds from the sale of 144,336 bitcoins, valued at just over $48 million, that it obtained after shutting down the notorious online drug market Silk

U.S. Marshals to Auction Off $4.3 Million in Bitcoin

Its biggest bitcoin sale to date was in 2013, when Silk Road was shut down and Ross Ulbricht was sentenced to life imprisonment. The agency seized 144,341 BTC from Ulbricht and 29,656 BTC from Silk Road’s servers, which it sold for around $48 million in the following years.

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Ross Ulbricht drops bid to claim Silk Road millions

The United States government has collected $48.23 million from the sale of the Bitcoin seized from the now-defunct dark marketplace Silk Road. In a court order last Sept. 29, U.S. District Judge

U.S. Marshals to Auction Off $4.3 Million in Bitcoin

The U.S. Marshals agency has announced plans to auction $4.3 million worth of bitcoin (BTC) in November 2018. The sealed bid auction is for nearly 660 bitcoins which were seized in a series of

Feds Miss out on $600 Million Payday in Silk Road Bitcoin

The Department of Justice in the U.S has said that the outcome of the sale of 144,336 bitcoins found in Ross Ulbricht’s laptop, gained from Silk Road’s seizure in 2013. They said the proceeds took some years, and made the government roughly $48 million.

Rekt! FBI Silk Road Bitcoin Auction Loses Agency $2.4

The @FBI sold the 144,336 bitcoins its confiscated from Silk Road for $48 million. They would now be worth $2.4 billion — zerohedge (@zerohedge) December 14, 2017. Among the responses, a retweet of the price the infamous ‘Bitcoin pizza’ purchased in 2010 is …