Tag Archives: cryptocurrencies

Loophole in the wall

Cash is a problem during a pandemic.  Cash-intensive businesses like nail bars cannot trade, and takeaway food outlets have turned into delivery hubs with payment in advance by card.  Luckily, anyone desperate to offload their criminal cash has a new-ish … Continue reading

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The age of the mistress criminal?

I have written a couple of times before (here and here) about the ascendency of women in the world of criminality in general and money laundering in particular.  And it seems that this is no short-term trend – it’s a … Continue reading

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Facecrook?

Here’s what I have read about Facebook Libra: According to the Financial Times, it is “a new global digital currency backed by assets and supported by more than two dozen companies ranging from Visa and Mastercard to Lyft and Spotify”. … Continue reading

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AML 1, bitcoin 0

There have been acres of newsprint (and the digital equivalent) written in recent months about the long-term future of bitcoin in particular and cryptocurrencies in general.  The value of bitcoin, for instance, is going through the roof, and then back … Continue reading

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