The new name comes a week after announcing its new Lelantus protocol, which allows Zcoin holders to burn existing coins and then redeem them in batches for new coins with no transaction history.
DoJ launches law enforcement guide to crypto
The Department of Justice’s extensive report, ‘Cryptocurrency: An Enforcement Framework,’ singles out many of the challenges cryptocurrencies bring to law enforcement
U.S. Attorney General William Barr today released an 83-page report detailing the threats and challenges cryptocurrencies pose to law enforcement, and in some ways, it’s a doozy.
McAfee arrested, for real this time
John McAfee’s days of skating tax evasion charges by living on a yacht ended with his arrest in Spain; the SEC’s also suing him for shilling ICO’s
“Don’t want to pay taxes? Use Monero, use a distributed exchange, live a happy life.” So said crypto enthusiast, privacy coin advocate and semi-presidential candidate John MacAfee in an interview with Modern Consensus in February. It turns out he should have added, keep a low profile. Or at least lower than a tongue-in-cheek presidential campaign.
Report lists crypto red flags—don’t be old, want privacy
The powerful Financial Action Task Force has released a very broad list of reasons a cryptocurrency transaction should be scrutinized under anti-money-laundering rules
While some of the crypto red flags are obvious, others are very broad and could well catch legitimate investors in the net—for instance, opening an account and making a lot of transactions despite being old.