The Crypto Launderers (Wiley)
Friday, 26 January 2024

Subtitled "Crime and Cryptocurrencies from the Dark Web to DeFi and Beyond", in this book anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing expert David Carlisle delivers a breakdown of the impact of crime on the world of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Tracking the history and evolution of crypto crime from the rise of the Dark Web to the present day, Carlisle recounts how an increasingly complex money laundering ecosystem has taken root in the crypto space.

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He describes how North Korean cyber thieves, Russian hackers, narcotics traffickers, and other illicit actors have moved billions of dollars’ worth of cryptocurrencies through the blockchain, exploiting new technological innovations to profit from their crimes.

Author: David Carlisle
Publisher: Wiley
Date: December 2023
Pages: 288
ISBN: 978-1394203192
Print: 1394203195
Kindle: B0CR6YSNBS
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: General interest

 

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