Irishman jailed over Silk Road site offered Bitcoin job
Gary Davis, 31, from the small village of Kilpedder, near Greystones, Co Wicklow was sentenced to 78 months by judge Jesse Furman in the Southern District of New York last Thursday
An Irishman jailed for six years for his part in running a dark net drugs website has been offered a job with one of the world’s most successful cryptocurrency investors.
Gary Davis, 31, from the small village of Kilpedder, near Greystones, Co Wicklow was sentenced to 78 months by judge Jesse Furman in the Southern District of New York last Thursday. In a pre-sentence letter from a cryptocurrency service, he was offered a...
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