US prosecutor filed formal complaint against BTC-e exchange and its executives

According to CoinDesk, a court document filed in the northern part of California on July 25, BTC-e exchange and its executive Alexander Vinnik have been charged with conspiracy, money laundering, illegal currency transactions, and no operations. According to the stock exchange. The now closed BTC-e exchange and Vinnik face civil penalties of $88.6 million and $12 million, respectively, plus interest and costs.