A court in Greece decided to extradite Russian national Aleksandr Vinnik, who wanted to claim that it was laundering $4 billion on Internet.
According to appeal of court in Thessaloniki, U.S. extradition request for Russian citizen Aleksandr Vinnik was approved.
Vinnik, who rejected charges, said he had right to appeal by taking decision to Supreme Court of Greece.
Vinnik was wanted by US Department of Justice, with one of largest cyber-crime websites and charges of about $4 billion in money laundering through virtual currency "bitcoin" since 2011.
Russia also demanded return of Vinnik, which was captured in a hotel near city of Thessaloniki, Greece.Ad