The Law Enforcement’s Guide to Policing Crypto Cybercrimes

Partnerships, deanonymization and transaction pattern analysis: What else do international police use to detect crypto cybercriminals? 2019 demonstrated that cyber-attacks are getting more numerous in the cryptocurrency industry, while hardware remains vulnerable and high-profile data leaks are becoming more common. Even worse, the trend is a continuing one.  Way back in June 2018, Kaspersky Lab […]

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Not All Central Banks Have an Interest in CBDCs

While banks in emerging markets are moving more rapidly toward issuing CBDCs, other countries appear to be taking a more cautious stance. The recent survey results published by the Bank of International Settlements produced bullish and bearish sentiments with regard to Central Bank Digital Currency adoption. While banks in Emerging Market Economies (EME) are moving […]

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Australia’s Blockchain Roadmap Isn’t Music to Everyone’s Ears, Draws Criticism

So far, 2020 has been a year of cryptocurrency regulation… Now, Australia has unveiled its five-year blockchain strategy. So far, 2020 has been a year of cryptocurrency regulation: The European Union, the United Kingdom and Singapore have officially introduced their approaches to the burgeoning industry. Now, Australia has published its national roadmap, hoping to become […]

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A Million EPayments Accounts Frozen Due to Regulation Control

UK regulator FCA has suspended ePayments operations due to anti-money-laundering controls, freezing a million accounts. EPayments Systems Ltd, a United Kingdom-authorized electronic money institution, must suspend online payment operations due to the Financial Conduct Authority’s anti-money-laundering (AML) procedures.  EPayments has released a short statement on its website and has sent out emails to its customers […]

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