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.
A new report from Chainalysis has discovered that digital currency related crime signficantly declined from 2019 to 2020.
Elliptic has released a new report in which it discusses why criminals are opting to use privacy wallets over mixers to launder money.
Noting that the transaction took around a day to complete, the State Tax Inspectorate said that it would now be easier in future to exchange cryptocurrency seizures for fiat currency.
Over $8 million in funds that were stolen from the Sept. 25 KuCoin hack are on the move. According to reports, a portion of that money is being laundered.
The Central bank of Iran and the Iranian Ministry of Energy have amended a law that allows cryptocurrency to be used to fund imports.
The new Crypto Intelligence Briefs is designed to cast light on the mechanisms used for illegal transactions in digital currency.
In a new blog post, Dr. Craig Wright takes a closer look at tracing digital currency movements and how Bitcoin can actually help to reduce crime.
Those pushing dark coins tell you it’s about liberty, but this expert shows it’s about something much darker.
The Blockchain Litigation Database brings together into one central repository all crypto cases from across different jurisdictions in order to allow an easy search of data in building court cases.