Europol gathered a group of more than 300 private and public law enforcement officials and experts in order to better understand blockchain and crypto technology and in the latest cryptocurrency news we read more about the plan.
According to a press release the blockchain and crypto technology has indeed presented many opportunities to criminals especially in the online sector. As a result, the law enforcement sector needs to catch up with the technology and innovations of online criminals. They learned the ways of how blockchain works and aim to increase the growth of cottage industry of companies that see blockchain data and get useful information such as finding the missing funds.
Elementus is one of these companies which works with private-sector operations and often tries to locate the thefts and where the funds go missing from decentralized exchanges. Gathering evidence is a key activity for these agencies which requires a traditional method of police work which many studies show became unattractive. The officials who gathered along with Europol talked about many computer security topics and crypto and blockchain were just a part of it. Among the explored issues, DOS attacks and phishing scams were discussed.
The officials went over the use of multiple crypto exchanges and wallets including LocalBitcoins which removed online trading a while ago. The move boosted the alternative platform of Roger Ver local.bitcoin.com which still enables people to meet in person and to buy and sell cryptocurrency. LocalBitcoins’ in person trading was one of the main sources of crypto busts over the years. What is very important is that there is still no discussion about banning crypto as the only way to deal with it. Law enforcement understands the best how futile the nature of banning cryptocurrency is compared to the drug war. The officials discussed how the blockchain technology can be used in the world:
“Participants reflected on the legitimate use of blockchain technologies, including the use of cryptocurrencies for trading and investment activities, payment method and as a store of value.”
As noted in the coming altcoin news, blockchain technology spiked the interest in business leaders and governments around the world. There will be a part of every business in the future consisted of blockchain since already some major companies such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft are all into the technology.
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