UN Official States Crypto Makes Tracking Cybercrime More Difficult

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Neil Walsh, chief of the cybercrime and anti-money laundering arm of the United Nations’ department on drugs and crime, has stated that the “anonymizing and pseudo-anonymizing” aspects of cryptocurrencies have made it extremely difficult to combat terrorist financing, money laundering, and cybercrime.