Cointelegraph: The feds must rein in crypto-financed terrorism

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CEP Senior Director Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler writes: "While regulators and policymakers dither and try to decide if cryptocurrencies have a future in the economy, early adopters, including terrorists and violent extremists, are exploiting a law enforcement blind spot. The ease by which money laundering and terrorism financing take place with cryptocurrencies and the more dangerous privacy coins are becoming a security threat of our own making through bureaucratic inaction."

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April 11, 2023
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