Money Laundering in Cryptocurrency

Money Laundering in Cryptocurrency

Since the beginning of 2019, illicit activities have been steadily increasing in cryptocurrency; last year alone, Chainalysis traced $2.8 billion in Bitcoin that moved from criminal entities to exchanges.

But how are criminals laundering money using cryptocurrencies, and what is being done about it? Here, we will explore money laundering in cryptocurrency and the likely consequences.

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