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A Belarusian and Cypriot national allegedly connected with the defunct cryptocurrency exchange BTC-e is in U.S. custody and faces charges related to money laundering, federal prosecutors said Thursday. Aliaksandr Klimenka, 42, is accused of helping to run BTC-e, which was “a significant cybercrime and online money laundering entity that allowed its users to trade in

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