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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged actor Steven Segal (known beyond the law, The Glimmer Man, etc.) for failing to acknowledge that he received payments because he had committed to invest, In Coin Offering (ICO), held by Bitcoiin2Gen (B2G). The SEC decree states that Seagal failed to disclose that it was expecting $ 250,000 in cash and $ 750,000 in B2G tokens in exchange for its shares, the SEC said. Without acknowledging or rejecting the SEC’s findings, the actor agreed to pay $ 157,000, which is a payment of his actual advertising taxes, an additional anticipated interest, and a fine of $ 157,000. In addition, Seagal has agreed not to promote any securities, digital or otherwise, for three years.
A former Microsoft employee of Ukraine has been found guilty of stealing US $ 10 million in cryptocurrencies, according to Crypto Feed. The media outlet reported that the man was teaching Microsoft an online selling platform for testing and was able to access multiple cryptocurrency transactions, which was part of his cryptocurrency wallet. The company only realized that the money was lost a few months later.
Mining technology giant Bitmain has announced two new Antminers: the new Antminer S19 and S19 Pro, which will come in two variants and feature a new generation of personalized chip from Bitmain. The press release says that the Antminer S19 is equipped with a hash of 95 TH / sec, while its other variant has a hash rate of 90 TH / sec, both variants having an energy efficiency of 34.5 + / -% 5 J / TH. The Antminer S19 Pro has a hash rate of 110 TH / sec, while its other variants have a hash rate of 105 TH / sec, both variants have an impressive energy efficiency of 29.5 + / -% 5 J / TH.
Authorities say they discovered an underground crypto mining farm in Grozny, Chechnya, according to Regnum. Farm Master thinks he was supplying electricity to the grid for $ 18,260. Police were given an alternative when residents complained of power shortages. The miner, if convicted, faces up to five years in prison.
Prosecutors say a government-appointed information expert breached cryptocurrencies on the computers of the Ukrainian Justice Department. According to a report released by the government, the expert has held numerous “senior positions” in the offices of the Kiev judicial authorities and is alleged to have used criminal signs to use software installed on public computers from January to May 2018. According to police, people are using the funds to set up their own businesses, including an online motorcycle sales platform.