Most cryptocurrency crimes could be combatted with increased education for crypto users. However, the numbers coming out of the report from this cybersecurity company are an interesting read. However, the numbers coming out of the report from this cybersecurity company are an interesting read.
Cryptocurrency related crimes have been on the rise over the last several years. The anonymity of these transactions has attracted the attention of many criminal organizations in order to utilize these little nuggets of digital gold as an opportunity for kidnapping, money laundering and other illegal activity.
Today, the UK’s South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU), in a joint operation with the Hessen State Police in Germany, the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and Europol, has arrested a 36 year-old individual on suspicion of fraud, theft and money laundering.
CANCUN--Making easy money was supposed to be one of the things that the Internet was good for. It hasn’t necessarily turned out that way for the most part, unless you’re somewhat morally flexible. The people who spend their days trying to compromise other peoples’ computers are, of course, and
Cryptocurrencies seem to be taking a special place in the minds of financial industry professionals as a wide range of cryptocurrencies have reached quite a significant market capitalization and turnover over the past year.
South Korea’s Supreme Prosecutors’ Office (SPO) has recently launched a new task force that’s set to fight and prevent cryptocurrency-related crimes, in a move that comes as a response to a growing crime wave in the crypto space.