Gregory Dwyer, BitMEX’s head of business development and one of its first employees, joined co-founders of the company in pleading guilty to charges that they failed to guard against money laundering at the cryptocurrency exchange, the US Justice Department said in a statement.
- Dwyer, 39, pleaded guilty Monday before US District Court Judge
John G. Koeltlin New York to one count of violating the Bank Secrecy Act, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison, the department said
- BitMEX founders
Arthur Hayes, Benjamin Deloand Samuel Reedhad previously pleaded guilty and were sentenced by ...