Less than two months after apprehending Riccardo Spagni, US authorities have released the former lead maintainer of Monero.
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After leaving Monero in December 2019, Ricardo Spagni has been apprehended on charges unrelated to the cryptocurrency.
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A few days ago, a mysterious hacker attacked Monero and shared some sensitive information. Now, Riccardo Spagni replied, explaining the