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  1. Bitcoin worth $72 million stolen from Bitfinex exchange in Hong Kong
  2. Is Bitcoin failing - a developer speaks
  3. SEC Charges GAW Miners CEO Josh Garza With Securities Fraud
  4. Bitcoin flounders in Australia as regulatory worries bite
  5. Prosecutors file charges against ex-CEO of Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange
  6. MtGox Bitcoin CEO 'misused customer funds': Japanese media
  7. Spanish police break up multi million dollar Unetenet virtual currency fraud
  8. Ripple Labs Inc. / XRP Resolves Criminal Investigation
  9. Bitcoin Scam MyCoin Investigation Yields Multiple Arrests in Hong Kong
  10. Virtex Bitcoin exchange shuts down - clients lose deposits
  11. Investors fear HK$3b losses in closure of MyCoin Bitcoin trading company
  12. Bitcoin Exchanger sentenced to four years prison
  13. CryptoKarate - Bitcoin gifting fraud
  14. SEC sanctions operator of Bitcoin related stock exchange
  15. Another Bitcoin exchanger collapses - MintPal the new Mt Gox
  16. Bitcoin-Trader Goes Rogue HYIP Exposed
  17. Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme Perpetrator Fined $40 Million
  18. Charles Shrem, Bitcoin Supporter, Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge
  19. Bitcoin Mining As Investment Makes No Sense; Probably Disguise for Ponzi scheme
  20. CFPB Warns Consumers About Bitcoin
  21. Police make Queenslands' first bitcoin arrest
  22. Bitcoin Faces Biggest Threat Yet: A 'Miner' Takeover
  23. The Feds Are Ready To Sell $25 Million of Bitcoin Seized From The Silk Road
  24. TorCoin
  25. SEC Charges Bitcoin Entrepreneur With Offering Unregistered Securities
  26. National Australia Bank severs ties with Bitcoin vendors
  27. Third cryptocurrency exchange becomes hacking victim, loses Bitcoin
  28. Bitcoin exchange files US bankruptcy
  29. Bitcoin exchange boss, Autumn Radtke, found dead of suspected suicide in Singapore
  30. Japan to set bitcoin rules, stop banks and brokerages from handling
  31. Another one - Bitcoin bank Flexcoin shuts after theft
  32. Major bitcoin exchange said to be insolvent
  33. The control of Bitcoin can't come soon enough