Israeli hacker sued for allegedly stealing cryption currency of 6.1 million NIS

According to GLOBES, an Israeli hacker recently stole 6.1 million (US$1.75 million) of New Shekel (NIS) digital currency ($1.75 million) from foreign citizens including Belgians, Dutch and Germans. ). According to the Tel Aviv District Court today’s lawsuit against Eliyahu Gigi, a 31-year-old resident of Tel Aviv, the stolen currencies include BTC, ETH and Dash on charges of computer law, theft, fraud, serious forgery, use of forged documents, perjury, money laundering and violations. Income tax regulations.