Five digital currency providers account for roughly 55% of the illicit funds transacted in the digital currency ecosystem–find out why.
In 2020, the revenue raked in by darknet marketplaces hit a record-high of nearly $2 billion–the one marketplace that led the charge was...
The Chainalysis report revealed that illicit activities only accounted for 0.34% of all digital currency activity, or roughly $10 billion.
Law enforcement officials in the United States have led a coordinated international law enforcement action to disrupt a sophisticated form of ransomware known as NetWalker.
A new report from Chainalysis has discovered that digital currency related crime signficantly declined from 2019 to 2020.
Chainalysis has released a 2020 darknet markets report and discovered that the total number of marketplaces decreased while revenue increased.
The growth has been fueled by an increase in demand from public sector agencies as more governments become interested in the digital currencies space.
Illicit activity only makes up 1.4% of all digital currency activity in Africa, a new Chainalysis report has revealed.
The one-year deal, signed on May 19, 2020, is described as a “cryptocurrency data subscription” and is worth $799,000.
60% of BTC in circulation is held by individuals who have never sold more than 25% of the BTC they received, according to Chainalysis.
The new Crypto Intelligence Briefs is designed to cast light on the mechanisms used for illegal transactions in digital currency.