U.S. Auctions Some 30,000 Bitcoins From Silk Road Raid
The U.S. Marshals Service on Friday auctioned off about 30,000 bitcoins seized during a raid on Silk Road, an Internet black-market bazaar where authorities say illegal drugs and other goods could be bought. The Marshals Service has said it would notify the winning bidders on Monday. Silk Road was shutdown after an FBI raid in September 2013 as agents took control of its server and arrested Ross Ulbricht, who authorities said owned and operated the website.
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