Sega announces blockchain game
Sega has partnered with blockchain company Double Jump Tokyo. According to the partnership agreements reached, a new blockchain-based game will be developed using Sega’s intellectual property. The new game will be based on the popular Sega Sangokushi Taisen series.
Brazilian Federal Police checks 6 crypto exchanges for money laundering
In the course of an investigation into the concealment of income, money laundering and tax evasion using various cryptocurrencies, the Brazilian Federal Police launched an investigation of six cryptocurrency exchanges. For the purposes of the investigation, information about which exchanges is being discussed is not disclosed at this stage.
According to an official report, the federal police are executing 101 warrants issued by a criminal court in São Paulo. In addition, by order of the police, assets were frozen for approximately 238 million USD.
China uncovers $5.6 billion money laundering scheme
Chinese police have arrested 93 people in the city of Hengyang on suspicion of laundering about $5.6 billion using digital assets, according to information leaked to the media space. Authorities raided 10 physical sites and seized more than 100 electronic devices.
The gang acquired digital assets with illegal funds and then converted them into US dollars to launder the profits. The police claimed that the source of the money was mainly gambling scams.
OpenSea mistakenly removed Azuki’s NFT collection
On Friday morning, OpenSea users received a message about the delisting of Azuki. As it turned out later, the incident occurred as a result of an error in the Opensea trust and security marking system. Now the problem related to the system error has been fixed and the collection has been returned to the OpenSea platform.
The EU will fight money laundering through DeFi and NFT
The European Parliament is preparing a mechanism to counter the legalization of criminal proceeds through the DeFi, NFT markets and metaverse projects. The corresponding bill has been prepared by the European Commission, and it is already being considered by parliamentarians.
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