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World cup, illegal betting operation
Because the betting sites operated on the dark web did not appear on search engines such as Google, the police had to carry out a long technical follow-up. The platform, which appeared to be in operation for eight months, was used by 330 thousand people in many countries, while the Guangdong police ran an association of 8 thousand people. Police officers saw that the site had a pyramid structure by raising new members. In the statement on the raid, "The absence of an effective regulation in China for virtual money" has made it easier for the illegal betting gang. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin, as well as bank accounts containing about $ 750 million worth of money, were also frozen when gang-related people were seized by the $ 1.5 billion virtual money from bets on crypto money. Officials state that the system collects money at attractive odds and allows a small number of people to win. The Chinese government closed all local cryptographic stock exchanges in September last year and banned crypto-banking (ICO) transactions, worrying that financial instability could result. The Central Bank of China said yesterday that the yuan-bitcoin rate fell below 1 percent in the world's total bitcoin. Chinese officials have been keeping track of illegal betting since the beginning of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Last week, 40 people were arrested who run a $ 48 million betting site in Beijing. The Guangdong police said they arrested 540 suspects from 20 betting gangs and confiscated $ 38 million of money. However, the illegal betting site operated on the dark web with the crypto money captured by the raid we mentioned in the news attracts attention as both the case of the crypto money use and the biggest of the betting bands that have appeared to date.
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