Lithuania Makes Millions in First Sale of Seized Cryptocurrency

Lithuania Makes Millions in First Sale of Seized Cryptocurrency
Vilnius, Lithuania
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The tax department in Lithuania has sold off confiscated cryptocurrencies for the first time, bringing in €6.4 million, or $7.5 million.

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