By Glenn Smith
The Post and Courier
CHARLESTON, S.C. — A Charleston man caught up in online buzz over his alleged ties to the first-ever law enforcement seizure of digital bitcoins is offering to cooperate with authorities in an effort to clear his name, his lawyer said Tuesday.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration recently attracted a bevy of Internet attention when it posted a forfeiture notice indicating that agents had seized 11.02 bitcoins worth $814 from 31-year-old Eric Daniel Hughes for allegedly violating the federal Controlled Substances Act.
First digital currency seizure leads to questions