- I’ll quit drugs and start mining
- Drug dealers have no luck with military-technical cooperation
American drug dealer is about to open his own mining farm
Drug dealer wants to open a mining farm
Le Roux was engaged in the development of chips for mining MTC
Another drug dealer who lost his cryptocurrency
Paul Calder Le Roux, sentenced to 25 years for drug trafficking crimes, expects avoid punishment and create your own farm for mining cryptocurrencies. He wrote about this in a letter, which handed over to District Judge Ronnie Abrams of the Southern District of New York.
I’ll quit drugs and start mining
Drug dealer Le Roux was arrested in 2012 on charges of drug-related crimes. The offender himself his confessed and repented. The court sentenced him to 25 years in prison, but sentence until did not enter into force. Everything this time Le Roux located guarded. The drug dealer is going to appeal the court decision, but for now he sent a letter of remorse to the district judge, where he indicated all the earlier crimes. Besides Togo, the criminal tried to pity the judge with a story about the bright future that he imagines.
“I am planning to start a business of selling and placing bitcoin miners. I have a special design for an ASIC chip that uses special optimizations in the underlying computer code or algorithm known as SHA. I gained this knowledge of the mathematical properties of SHA while working as a contract programmer at GCHQ in London in the early 2000s. years. These skills allowed me to design ASICs and therefore ASIC miners that are orders of magnitude faster. at mining bitcoins, than any existing “, – he wrote in a letter to the judge.
It is worth noting that Le Roux really possesses crypto-encryption skills and could participate in the development of chips and ASICs for Bitcoin mining. This the fact is confirmed by journalist Evan Ratliff, who investigated the connection between blockchain bitcoin and the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto In 2009, someone (one person or group of developers), hiding under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto (Satoshi Nakamoto), revolutionized digital… More Craig Ryath. Ratliff writes in his article that “Paul Le Roux had the technical skills to create bitcoins.”.
Despite Le Roux’s talent and skills, it is unlikely that his plans are destined to come true. Even if the American court acquits him, then the drug dealer immediately will be extradited to the Philippines, where he is wanted on suspicion of murder committed in 2010.
Drug dealers have no luck with military-technical cooperation
While drug dealer Le Roux awaits a final court decision, another offender charged under the same heading, already lost all his bitcoins worth 50 million euros. As previously reported BeInCrypto, funds belonged to the local drug dealer Clifton Collins, who in recent years has been selling large consignments of drugs and has managed to accumulate a decent fortune for this illegal business. In 2017, he had a dilemma: where to store the codes access from the wallets where he deposited £ 46m worth of bitcoins, which is about 55 million. Euro. He is not found nothing more suitable how to print codes on a regular sheet of paper and hide him in an aluminum body from a fishing rod.
Immediately after the arrest, the owner of the house collected all of Collins’ belongings, including fishing equipment, and took them to the nearest trash heap.. Only after of this it became known that the fishing rod case contains codes with access to the drug dealer’s wallets. Locals and scavengers rushed to find the coveted case, but they could not find it.
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