US Department of Justice creates cryptocurrency enforcement unit

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The US Department of Justice has created a team to investigate cryptocurrency-related crime. The National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET) will handle investigations on “crimes committed by virtual currency exchanges, mixing and tumbling services that are used for the purpose of obscuring transactions or funding source”
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Cryptocurrency is being used in a wide range of criminal activity, including ransomware demands. One recent case involved paying hackers $5 million to stop their attack on the Colonial Pipeline company – an example that demonstrates how cryptocurrencies can be turned into currency quickly for any use imaginable if there are no laws against it or regulations limiting its accessibility at certain points during trading sessions where financial institutions would have more control over who has access and when they may trade what type/quantity based off customer account balances with them as well restricting methods available like credit cards altogether because some customers might abuse these features while others could become victims following Bangladesh bank scandals throughout last year

The DOJ, the United States’ Department of Justice is looking for a staff member to provide expertise in blockchain and cryptocurrency transactions. The NCET (National Consortium For Exchanges And Trade Mark Officers) will be under supervision of Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite Jr., but they are seeking somebody who has experience with complex criminal investigations or prosecutions as well as technology that underpinning crypto

Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced that NCET would draw on the Department’s cyber and money laundering expertise to strengthen their capacity for dismantling financial entities. They also aim “quite frankly” in profiting from cryptocurrency platforms which are used by criminals, such as drug dealers or human traffickers who want an easy way out due not having access like banks do today

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