Booz Allen Hamilton: Cryptocurrency and What it Means for Money Laundering

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have been constructed around principles of “pseudanonymization.” This whitepaper from Booz Allen Hamilton discusses some of the challenges which this poses to AML, including the contradictory drives to make cryptocurrencies less anonymous for regulatory compliance, and more anonymous in order to be more in-line with the initial crypto design philosophy.

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