Bitcoin Trader sentenced for money laundering

Bitcoin Trader

Thomas Mario Costanzo, a peer-to-peer bitcoin trader in Mesa, has been charged with a 41-month sentence for money laundering. The federal agents identified an advertisement published by him on a peer-to-peer bitcoin exchange website. In two years, he generated about $165,000 in cash, from the agents who would be heroin and cocaine traffickers, which were later converted to bitcoins.

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