The U.S Department of Justice has announced in the Aspen Cyber Summit that they are preparing a team to deal with the financial crime related to cryptocurrency. The DOJ would work in an environment where it’s not easy for cybercriminals to “flourish.”
The DOJ would combat with platforms that allow misusage of cryptocurrency including laundering and hiding transactions. The national cryptocurrency enforcement team will be consisted of anti-money laundering and cybersecurity experts and is expected to protect consumers from online financial crime.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced that the DOJ is having a movement to focus on civil cyber fraud.
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