Qais Mohammad, also known as Super 29, is known for money laundering.
According to the report, the transfer transaction did not run a money laundering program.
From December 2014 to November 2014, Mohammed used bitcoin ATMs to receive and withdraw Fayette offers from customers.
He admitted the money was between 15 and 25 25 million at the time.
When Mohamed launched his bitcoin ATMs in 2014, he deliberately failed to register his company for financial crimes.
According to his report, the network did not record, process or maintain suspicious transactions
Washing control program. When Finnson joined him in July 2018, Mohammed registered his company, but never collaborated with
After his arrest, he admitted that at least one of his clients knew he was involved in a dark crime on the net.
Mohamed used a bitcoin ATM called Heroin. The cars were close to gas stations, shopping malls and facilities
The stores in Los Angeles, Orange, Rivers, and San Bernardino allow customers easy access to buy and sell bitcoins at home.
Undercover agents were involved in several Hiroko ATM incidents during the investigation
Company. The judges changed with Muhammad.
In August 2019, an undercover agent met Mohammed and told him that he had paid $ 16,000 and the money had been returned.
Do not engage in illegal activities. The service received 1.58592 Bitro in return, but did not sign Mohammed Tubin for a change.
Mohammed spent 30 years in prison and agreed to confiscate the money under his contract.
Cryptocurrency with 17 ADCs did not pass.