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|The price of #WEX today is $0.00000813 USD.|
The lowest WEX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00000813, and the exact current price of one WEX crypto coin is $0.00000812932.
The all-time high WEX coin price was $0.39.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of WEX with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for WaultSwap crypto currency is #WEX. |
WaultSwap is 2.6 years old.
|The current market capitalization for WaultSwap is $4,353.|
WaultSwap is ranking upwards to #1038, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a weak daily trading volume on #WEX.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for WaultSwap is $599.
|The circulating supply of WEX is 535,424,006 coins, which is 57% of the total coin supply.|
|WEX has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.|
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More WaultSwap (#WEX) News
|FBI Wanted Co-Founder of Crypto Exchange Wex Sentenced in Russia
Aleksey Bilyuchenko, co-founder of Wex, the successor of the infamous Russian crypto exchange BTC-e, will spend only a couple of years in prison. The Russian, who is charged in the U.S. with money laundering, has been sentenced in his homeland as the only defendant in a case over the collapse of Wex which brought heavy losses to its customers.Wex Co-founder Admits Guilt for Exchange’s Crash, Asks Putin to Be Sent to Ukraine
One of the founders of the crypto exchange Wex, which succeeded once the largest coin trading platform in Russia, BTC-e, received three and a half years of prison time and 500,000-ruble ($5,000) fine for his role in its operation, Russian crypto news outlet Bits.media reported, quoting a Telegram post by journalist and blogger Irek Murtazin.
The mild sentence comes after Aleksey Bilyuchenko, who has been accused in Russia of embezzling several billion rubles in customer funds, sought leniency from Russian President Vladimir Putin while the state prosecutor asked for a less severe punishment which was then reduced even further by the judge.
BTC-e, believed to have been used by cybercriminals to store, transfer and launder billions of U.S. dollars in illicit proceeds, was shut down by Western law enforcement in July 2017. Wex which was founded after that, went offline in 2018, causing customers to lose up to 16 billion rubles (over $167 million today), according to one estimate.
Court documents unsealed on June 7, 2023, in the Northern District of Cali...
|10,000 Bitcoin Withdrawn From Wallet of Defunct Crypto Exchange Wex, For...
A large amount of cryptocurrency kept in a wallet associated with crypto exchange Wex, successor of the infamous trading platform run by alleged money launderer Alexander Vinnik, has moved for the first time since 2017. The 10,000 bitcoins in question, worth over $165 million, have been transferred to new addresses in several transactions. Bitcoin Stored in Dormant Wex Wallet Moves for the First Time in Five Years
The unknown holder of a bitcoin wallet linked to the now-defunct Wex, once the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the Russian-speaking market, has withdrawn 10,000 coins. Funds at this BTC address last moved in September 2017, when the same amount was sent out.
Wex was established in that year, following the collapse of BTC-e, which closed down after the arrest in Greece of one of its operators, Alexander Vinnik. The Russian IT specialist, who is currently in U.S. custody, is accused of laundering up to $9 billion through the exchange.
The transfer of the digital money was first noticed by Sergey Mendeleev, founder of cryptocurrency exchange Garantex and CEO of defi banking platform Indefibank. He revealed the discovery on his Telegram channel, according to a report by the leading Russian crypto news outlet Bits.media. The coins moved on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Several transactions were made, including two likely test transfers of small amounts, before the 10,000 BTC was sent. 3,500 BTC was transferred to one address and 6,500 BTC went to another, likely a change addres...
|Former CEO of Crypto Exchange Wex Dmitry Vasiliev Reportedly Detained in...
Dmitry Vasiliev, co-owner and former chief executive of the now defunct Russian crypto exchange Wex, has been arrested upon entering Croatia, local media reported. The crypto entrepreneur is wanted by Kazakhstan where he is accused of stealing money from an investor.Wex Executive Vasiliev Apprehended at the Airport in Zagreb
Belarus-born Dmitry Vasiliev, former CEO of Wex, once the largest crypto trading platform in the former-Soviet space, has been detained at Franjo Tudjman Airport in the Croatian capital on Wednesday, May 25, the Jutarnji List reported.
According to the daily, the authorities in Zagreb have acted on a red warrant issued by Interpol on a request from Kazakhstan. Vasiliev, who resides in the Russian Federation, is wanted in the Central Asian country for defrauding an investor of $20,000.
Kazakhstan's law enforcement has been seeking Vasiliev's extradition for some time, but the crime he is accused of there is relatively minor compared to other suspected offenses. Wex went bankrupt in 2018 and according to estimates by a group of users, the total losses exceed $400 million.
The news of Vasiliev's detention in Croatia comes after in September last year, the Polish press revealed he had been arrested at the Warsaw airport in mid-August and was awaiting extradition to Kazakhstan. In December, it was reported he had returned to Russia following his release.
The crypto businessman was also temporarily apprehended in Italy some two years ago, but Italian authoriti...
|Wex Exchange Co-Owner Reportedly Detained in Russia
Authorities in Russia have arrested a crypto entrepreneur associated with an unidentified cryptocurrency exchange who is suspected of embezzling funds and property. According to a media report, the detained person is one of the owners of Wex, successor of the infamous BTC-e exchange.Owner of Wex Exchange Apprehended in Russia
Russian law enforcement agencies have detained a man accused of stealing financial and other assets from a cryptocurrency exchange, the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) announced Tuesday. The suspect allegedly controlled large amounts in cryptocurrency and their movement between wallets.
Investigators believe he withdrew some of the funds and appropriated them. The person was handcuffed at the hotel of a private airfield in Serpukhov city district of Moscow region with two suitcases holding 190 million Russian rubles in cash ($1.7 million), the press release detailed.
Officials from MVD, the Federal Security Service (FSB), and Russia's financial watchdog, Rosfinmonitoring, carried out 29 searches at the residences of the arrested and his accomplices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, and Yalta. Another 50 million rubles, $1 million, €70,000, computer equipment, hardware crypto wallets, luxury goods, and documents were seized.
While neither the detained person, nor the exchange were named by the authorities, the crypto news outlet Forklog quoted Indefibank CEO Sergey Mendeleev who claims the man is Aleksey Bilyuchenko, co-founder of Wex, on...
|Ex-Head of Crypto Exchange Wex Released in Poland
Former chief executive of the Russian cryptocurrency exchange Wex, Dmitry Vasiliev, has been released from arrest in Warsaw earlier this month. The ex-head of the now-defunct coin trading platform has since returned to Russia while court proceedings against him in Poland are still ongoing.
Polish Court Rejects Extradition of Wex Executive to Kazakhstan
Authorities in Poland have released Dmitry Vasiliev, the man who was at the helm of Wex, once Russia's largest cryptocurrency exchange. The 34-year-old native of Belarus was detained at the Warsaw airport on Aug. 11, initially for a period of 40 days but he remained in custody for almost four months.
Vasiliev told the Russian business news portal RBC that he was allowed to leave on Dec. 7 and has since returned to Russia where he resides. His Polish lawyer further explained that the court has dismissed his extradition to Kazakhstan but is yet to make a final decision on his case.
The former Wex executive was arrested after the disappearance of $450 million from accounts linked to the exchange. According to the Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza, the exchange's management is responsible for the loss of money that belonged to citizens of EU member states, including Poland, and other countries.
Wex launched in September of 2017 and is regarded as the successor of the notorious BTC-e exchange. The latter ceased activities earlier that year, following the detention in Greece of one of its alleged operators, Alexander Vinnik, who was appr...