Marshals service United States talked about the auction, which will be distributed 660 bitcoin confiscated by law enforcement agencies
The oldest Federal law enforcement Agency U.S. marshals Service, announced the sale of 660 confiscated bitcoins (about $4.3 million at average exchange rate at the moment). The auction will take place on November 5 to participate should register before 31 October and pay a Deposit of $200 thousand.
The auction will be divided into two parts — the six blocks for 100 and one for 60 bitcoins. Auction participants cannot view other people’s rates and their change after they are made. Selling crypto currency will be bitcoins seized from traders Theresa Tetley and Thomas Mario Costanzo, who had previously been arrested on charges of money laundering.
This is the third such event in 2018, in January, the Federal marshals Service put up for sale 3600 bitcoins in March — 2100 coins. In total, the Agency received about $50 million.
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