Feds reveal the search warrant used to seize Mt. Gox accountBitcoin exchange shouldn't be dealing in "crypto-currency" without a license.
by Joe Mullin
May. 16, 2013
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The Department of Homeland Security is investigating Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange, for violating laws on US money exchange and money transfers--and it's grabbing the exchange's money in the process.