Taiwan's First Bitcoin Robbery

Taiwan's First Bitcoin Robbery

The Taiwan police have arrested four men for robbing a man of 18 Bitcoin (equal to NT$5 mln ($170,000)). The criminals lured an unsuspecting trader to the city of Taichung making the trader believe they were interested in doing business. However, after the trader showed proof that he owned Bitcoin, the criminals assaulted the trader and his friend.

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