British encryption currency traders were forced at gunpoint to surrender bitcoin

British encryption currency traders were forced at gunpoint to surrender bitcoin

    

Yesterday, a British man who runs a crypto currency trading company, were forced at gunpoint to produce an unknown number of bitcoin.

According to reports, the incident occurred in the south of Oxford County in the village of Moulsford, is said to be the country’s first bitcoin robbery. According to the “Daily Telegraph” reported that the incident was on the Monday morning report to the local police.

According to police spokesman said:

Is the Thames Valley police investigation Monday in serious theft of a property of Moulsford. No one was seriously injured in the accident. No one has yet been arrested.”

The report describes how the four robbers forcibly entered the house and tied a woman, and the name of DannyAston traders bitcoin transfer at gunpoint.

Aston encryption currency trading company was established in June 2017, called AstonDigitalCurrenciesLtd.

This is not the case involving bitcoin armed robberies.

In January 23rd, a similar incident also occurred in Ottawa Canada, three militants took control of a bitcoin employees of financial institutions in the empty flee before it is previously reported by CoinDesk.

A local police suspect was charged in the bitcoin after the robbery, in addition to the two accused the hunted. The charges include armed robbery and forced imprisonment.

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