Here’s how criminals use Bitcoin to launder dirty money

What is Bitcoin and Concept of Money Laundering through Bitcoin with a Practical Example.

This video explains what is bitcoin is a simple way possible and also, how is money laundering is being done through bitcoin. I hope you will find this useful.
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Australian National Headed to Prison for Money Laundering through Bitcoin | USAO-CO

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Australian to serve one year, one day, in federal prison for money laundering through Bitcoin

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Central Bank of Taiwan will not allow money laundering through Bitcoin

The financial regulator of Taiwan is considering new rules for crypto currency. During the meeting with the representatives of the legislative power of Taiwan, the head of the central bank, Jan Chin-Long, told how the bank will react to the "opacity" of the turnover of the country's crypto currency. Yang Chin-Long said that the Central Bank monitors the unstable price dynamics of Bitcoin, issues warnings to investors about the risks of crypto-currency transactions. Bitcoin - all the less means for washing Ian suggested that the Ministry of Justice of Taiwan introduce rules for combating money laundering in the market of crypto-currencies. It is expected that this proposal will be supported in the ministry, and thereby the next step of the Taiwan authorities will be made to strengthen the regulation of the crypto currency, following the requirement of the Minister of Finance of the island Sheu Yuyer on the need to tax crypto-currencies as virtual goods, reports CoinDesk. In February, the authorities announced that the crypto-currencies would be regulated, but "in the future," after a thorough study of this phenomenon. Apparently, the future in Taiwan has already come. Author: Evgenij Novožilov, Analyst Freedman Club Crypto News Image from Fotolia Read the same: Expert: the price of Bitcoin is not something to worry about Bank of Montreal blocks Bitcoin transactions due to unstable prices Financial Times: Bitcoin can not become global currency Jack Dorsey: Bitcoin will become global currency Low volume of Bitcoin transactions is a sign of maturity Message The Central Bank of Taiwan will not allow laundering money through Bitcoin appeared first on Freedman.club News: All news about Bitcoin, Cryptus, Blockchain, ICO.
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ELI5: How do people money launder through bitcoins? Don't you have to put cash in your bank to buy bitcoins? And even if that works, then when you withdrawal money from bitcoins to buy stuff isn't doesn't that raise red flags?

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: ELI5: How do people money launder through bitcoins? Don't you have to put cash in your bank to buy bitcoins? And even if that works, then when you withdrawal money from bitcoins to buy stuff isn't doe /r/explainlikeimfive

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US citizen convicted of laundering $ 25 million through BTC

US citizen convicted of laundering $ 25 million through BTC

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Los Angeles resident Kunal Kalra pleaded guilty to the sale of methamphetamine and the organization of a scheme for money laundering through bitcoin.
According to the local edition of U.S. News, Kalra pleaded guilty to laundering $25 million through BTC and distributing methamphetamines. Now he faces life imprisonment, and is also charged with money laundering in Texas.
It is reported that between 2015 and 2017, Kalra engaged in the exchange of BTC and dollars, managed a crypto machine and made deals with drug dealers. He sold two pounds of methamphetamine to an undercover law enforcement agent.
Recall that recently another US citizen received a prison term for selling drugs for cryptocurrencies. In addition, in July, a drug dealer with Silk Road was charged with laundering millions of dollars through BTC.
#News #USA #MoneyLaundering #Crime #Bitcoin
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Guy rates GVT an F due to these issues, thoughts on this review?

I'm copying and pasting his review here -
DISCLAIMER THIS IS NOT MY REVIEW:
Team: 13 Points - Team is full of software developers and tech experts, but no one with experience working on the blockchain to my satisfaction. The CEO claims to have experience working on the blockchain at QauntBrothers but I couldn’t verify this information. I can’t find any information on this company working on Ethereum or smart contracts, or the blockchain like the CEO claims. It’s also a rather small company with only 3 current employees on linkedin which the CEO only worked at for 9 months. Here is their website: http://www.quantbrothers.com/ Their Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/quantbrothers/
Also their advisors are too weak. They have a business management expert (very important) and a ton of finance/trading and investment experts. But no experts to advise on blockchain tech besides, Charlie Shrem and Konstantin Gladych (founder and CEO of Changelly). I will go into more detail about this later.
MVP: 10 Points - They have a demo you can download.
Ease of Research: 10 Points - Team had linkedin profiles, were easy to research. White Paper, roadmap, and relevant social media links were well laid out.
Solves an Important problem: 10 Points - Yes, there this is a large issue of trust in the asset management market. Especially on a global scale. GVT seeks to use the immutability of blockchain to create a brokerage platform build on trust.
Does it need a blockchain: 10 Points - Yes, the immutability of the blockchain is where the trust comes from.
Token Use: 5 Points - “GVT is an internal currency of Genesis Vision platform and will be used for all investment operations and profit distributions.” I’m not convinced that the function of the gvt token couldn’t be fulfilled by ETH. However the GVT token is integrated into the platform and is necessary for pretty much everything. But based on the usage I think it can be an unnecessary extra step in some of the processes. The GVT token is used for the broker’s investment operations, for payouts, and to buy broker cryptocurrenies. The GVT token seems like an unnecessary middle man in an already complicated enough process.
Roadmap: 0 Points - Their roadmap looks atrocious. It’s very hard to read and needs to be redesigned.
Presentation: 0 Points - This project is horrible presented. It took me forever to even figure out what they do, let alone the actual size of the problem they were trying to solve. Their Youtube video is pretty much all fluff and platitudes. There is information overload on that video and it doesn’t really even tell me anything. Gives me a vague idea of the problem and introduces GVT as the solution but those who don’t already have a solid grasp of the asset management market wouldn’t really understand it. They have a huge problem with communication and marketing and honestly their marketing team needs to be fired.
Token Vesting: 2 Points - Their vesting period is only 1 year long. Considering the factors I’m going to go into in value/redflags, this is nowhere near enough.
Competition: 5 Points - Covesting and coindash are used to trade cryptocurrenies while GVT is for cryptocurreny AND non-crypto trading. They will still compete for a portion of the same market. People will have only so much fiat to invest.
Community: 4 Bonus Points - 42% on coin gecko. AVerage is around 50 Percent.
Supply/Scarcity: 3 Points - All onsold tokens were burned during ICO. They had 44M tokens available during ICO but only sold about 4M. This makes me believe that they didn’t create much demand. Everyone who wanted GVT got it.
Active use on the market: 0 Points - May adjust with their alpha launch in on April 1st. But they admitted that this will only be a prototype. Their full platform won’t be available until Jan 1st 2019. Will adjust this later if their alpha is used enough to our liking.
Best in Field: 10 bonus Points - While GVt does have competitors for crypto trading, there are no competitors for non-crypto trading in the crypto space.
Development: 0 Bonus Points - Only 15% development. 60% is the average.
Redflags: -20 Points - One of GVT’s main advisors that they mention over and over again is Charlie Shrem. Charlie Shrem went to jail for money laundering through bitcoin. He failed to honor his agreements and pay people back money they lent him. He backstabbed his friends and partners, and scammed the Dash community by not using the money they gave him to help build a dash credit card. Links to proof below. Another shady advisor is the CEO of Changelly, Konstantin Gladych. There are many horror stories about the scammy nature of Changelly. They usually only respond and fix the issues (in a timely manner) they cause when someone calls them out on social media.
The main draw of GVT is assuring the consumer that GVT is a platform you can trust with brokers you can trust, with a team you can trust to deliver. To me, this is tossed into question when their main advisors are people with, to put it kindly, questionable trustworthiness.
This is compounded by the fact that they only have a 1 year vesting period and their full platform doesn’t roll out until January 1st. 2019. They have a long way to go and a lot to do, a lot of partners still need to be secured. There are many ways in which this project can succeed or fail and as it stands they aren’t, to me, exactly building trust with such a short lock up. For a project of this scale I’d want a 2 year lock up at minimum, 3 years ideally. Other coins have this, like Civic, GVT can too.
Charlie Schrem backstabs partners - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/6q6zmm/roger_ver_on_twitter_charlieshrem_how_does_it/
Charlie Schrem doesn’t pay back his debts - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=817069.320
Charlie Schrem bails on promises to produce and provide updates on Dash Debit card https://www.reddit.com/dashpay/comments/7no9tg/what_happened_to_charlie_shrems_debit_card/
Value of Idea: 7 Points - GVT is a very ambitious project with good ideas. I’d even say it’s an amazing idea with large potential. But this also means there will be a huge pressure on the team to deliver on the roadmap, tech, secure partnerships, adhere to government regulations, and keep a steady supply of funding. Most startups with good ideas fail. Here are my main concerns.
  1. The team lacks the experience of a full time business manager. I think this is exemplified in their development score, marketing campaign, and their choice of advisors. They have the CEO of “Tools for brokers” on their team, and is even using “Tools’ for brokers’ resources, tech, and potential client base as a kickstarter for the GVT project. But I’m not impressed by Tools for brokers. It seems like they are using their relationship with Tools for brokers as a crutch and I think that’s a bad idea. Here’s why.
I found surprisingly little information on the company “Tools for Brokers” which GVT is using as a reference and partner. Tools for brokers has been around since 2009 and only has 21 employees and 300 customers. Not exactly something to write home about. Here is a link to their linkedin profile. https://www.linkedin.com/company/tools-for-brokers/
“Tools for brokers” has only 209 followers in linkedin. Even Gensis Vision, which has only been around since last year, has 341 followers. GVT is even using Tools for brokers’ “ready codebase solutions.” So at least some of their technology is coming from a centralized company which, as laid out above, wasn’t that popular to begin with. GVT isn’t exactly inspiring confidence with this admission. More in this article about GVT explaining their low development score: https://blog.genesis.vision/genesis-vision-further-plans-a9069cd34eed
  1. The article above attempts to explain away why their ICO performed so poorly in terms of acquiring funds and investors. I think this article speaks badly to the team's ability to adapt and take criticism. They even reference their advisors as a metric for their success. Advisors we know to be shady. The market spoke, and it doesn’t seem like the GVT team listened. This is why having an experienced business manager and good marketing team would be so important. The existence of this article highlights their lack of both.
  2. Lets talk about their marketing. As stated before, it’s atrocious. They don’t seem to know how to sell their product, present their product’s value, or even really present in an efficient manner what their product does in a way that the laymon, most people, would understand. I also think that their marketing is going in the wrong direction. Let me explain.
GVT seeks to solve the problem of trust with Asset managers and financial advisors. They seek this by making the performance of brokers (the people trading stocks and cryptos) transparent. The reason this is important is because it’s quite easy for brokerage firms to give out false information on their performance. And it’s very difficult if not impossible to get effective regulation. Not only that, it is arduous and expensive for brokers to comply with regulations. But when we take this to a global scale, less developed countries have little to no regulations, allowing for larger scales of exploitation of investors which lead to millions of dollars lost a year. There have been many high profile cases of pansi schemes and general “Securities fraud.” This has lead to a general distrust of the asset management industry. Especially since there are so many incentives for asset managers and brokerage firms to hide data and act against the best interest of their customers.
The problem with the GVT platform is that it’s not really built for the layman to go to a place and have their assets managed. It takes a lot of knowledge that most people don’t have. Most people won’t have the time to properly research successful brokers and adapt to market changes. This platform is more built for traders. So I think GVT’s marketing is all wrong. People who like trading will come here, not so much people who want their assets managed. The people, (most people) who want their assets managed would probably need some kind of third party to manage their assets. Those asset managers will and could then probably advertise themselves as someone who uses the GVT platform in order to gain trust with their clients. But then the problem of “can you trust that third party” arises again. So the marketing of GVT is really confusing and unfocused.
  1. The team also needs to hire at least one person with proven experience working on the blockchain and not make excuses for their development score. I’m sure their team is competent at making code, but that’s not all you need to run a successful business.
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Sergey Mayzus: money from the WEX bitcoin exchange may have been laundered through Neklis-Bank of Natalia Kaspersky

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Sergey Mayzus: money from the WEX bitcoin exchange may have been laundered through Neklis-Bank of Natalia Kaspersky

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Russia to launch its own crypto currency, ‘Rublecoin’

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 93%. (I'm a bot)
It is necessary to keep in mind though that cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, have no legal status in Russia - therefore they are not considered money.
Information about deals with Bitcoins is open, but Bitcoin holders remain anonymous - as well as sums stored on their accounts.
The system has been launched by a programmer hidden under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto; now it is functioning independently thanks to its users who can participate in the Bitcoin mining, thus, making money.
In August 2014, Evgeny Volovik, Head of the Information and Communication Department of the International Training and Methodology Center for Financial Monitoring, said that one or several cases pertaining to the money laundering through Bitcoins are under investigation in Russia.
In April 2017, Vadim Kalukhov, the Head of the Financial Technologies Department of the Central Bank of Russia, told at the forum "Blockchain: Dialog between Business and Authorities" that the Bank of Russia had never called for a ban on cryptocurrencies but rather issued a warning that these may pose risks.
Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary for the President of Russia, was quick to correct this statement by saying that it can't be interpreted in support of Bitcoins as a payment method in Russia.
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What does it mean?

Grit: Just remembered i had a dream last night where Charlie owned a haloween costume store Grit: Everyone was getting ready to go to this awesome Haloween Newyears party
Larry:halloween and new years are two months apart that is one long dream
Grit: But I knew the dude that just got arrested for money laundering through bitcoin was coming to charlies shop. Grit: No Halloween was Newyears
Larry: ha
Grit: Newyear was haloween
Larry: you subconsciously know that bitcoin is a scam
Grit: He was gonna try and kill somebody Grit: He showed up but couldn't find his target so he never killed anybody Grit: I picked out my costume and then me and my cousin camped out next to this place Grit: The cops showed up to kick everyone out but it was freezing Grit: We went into an office section of this big skyscraper Grit: New years happened Grit: We were wandering around the office building trying to find somebody before they activated some human to computer neural translation device.
Larry: yeah you're not obsessed with that
Grit: We knew we were all safe because we figured out how to leave the planet but it was depressing at the same time because we'd be around till all matter in the universe combined. Grit: .. Grit: Then the Local Group Nuggets won the title.
Larry: what the fuck Larry: you have to be making this up
Grit: just the Local Group Nuggets part
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How to launder money through bitcoin mixers

How to launder money through bitcoin mixers

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Almost all existing cryptocurrencies can be quickly and easily tracked. In the bitcoin blockchain all translations are visible and their owners will not be difficult to find. The cryptocurrency market and its participants are aware of this and have long been trying to protect themselves from being spied on. One such solution to the problem was special services that help users hide their transactions from observation.
Such services were called mixers, that is, these are sites that mix traces of transfers in the blockchain. This allows owners of funds to hide their payments and themselves. Now mixers are gaining immense popularity among users and especially fraudsters. In fact, they became laundries, and through them the cryptomonettes obtained in various ways, including illegal, are washed.
Analysts believe that through such mixers launder huge amounts. As it is known, hundreds of millions of dollars are stolen from stock exchanges and need to be withdrawn into fiat money. This is what mixers do. One of the most famous of these mixers is called Bestmixer.io. While he was not covered by Europol employees, they managed to pump over two hundred million dollars through it. And this is only one of these bitcoin mixers that has been neutralized.
The principle of operation of bitcoin mixers is very simple. On one common cryptocurrency wallet, everyone forwards their coins, which need to be "washed", and the owner transfers from this wallet to other wallets, collecting his commission fee.
Coin owners get in touch with the owner of the mixer and ask him to help them withdraw funds. Anonymous wallets are created and coins are transferred to them, and then transferred back to other wallets. The chain of transfers is so complicated that it is almost impossible to determine the true owners of the funds.
The difficulty of detection lies in the fact that you can see only a lot of transactions that go into the wallet of such a mixer and then find out where the money went, it is not clear.
The authorities are trying to introduce restrictive measures and keep track of where huge amounts are going, but so far they have not been particularly successful. If the owners themselves do not make mistakes, then nothing can be learned about them. The number of coins withdrawn and fiat money transferred is already calculated by billions of dollars. Apparently, bitcoin mixers will only be improved and their services will be used by anyone who does not want to report on their income on the stock exchanges.
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Danish Man Laundered $500,000 in Dirty Money through Bitcoin, Says Authorities

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Criminals are using Fortnite to launder money through its in-game currency with Bitcoin

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New York woman charged with laundering money through bitcoin to help Daesh

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[/r/BitcoinAll] Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $2 /r/CryptoCurrencies

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[/r/cryptoall] Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $2 /r/CryptoCurrencies

[/cryptoall] Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $2 /CryptoCurrencies submitted by EestiMentioned to EestiMentioned [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $2 /r/CryptoCurrencies

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It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $234 billion, with help from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan.

It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $234 billion, with help from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan. submitted by cryptoallbot1 to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $2 /r/CryptoCurrencies

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[/r/CryptoCurrencies] It's Not Money! 'Bank for Central Banks' Slams Bitcoin [Again] Agustin Carstens, head of the BIS, slammed bitcoin again, BUT CONDONES the Danske Bank, through its Estonian branch, who had LAUNDERED $234 billion, with help from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan.

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Bitcoin is for Money Laundering Cryptocurrency & Money Laundering $1 2 Billion in Cryptocurrency Laundered Through Bitcoin ... BITCOINs Deadly Use Case Revealed! China, Cartels & Drug Money Laundering! Keiser Report: Money Laundering and Bitcoins (E819)

“Bitcoin is mainly used for money laundering” In 2018, the Bitcoin network settled over $400 Billion in value. That is 160 times larger than the total amount of Bitcoin laundered to date and shows that money laundering constitutes a negligible fraction of the Bitcoin economy. “Bitcoin laundering cannot be prevented” Bitcoin is easily laundered through unregulated exchanges. Unregulated cryptocurrency exchanges beyond the ultra illegal money laundering. Published November 26, 2018 — 16:36 UTC Online gambling and gaming through sites that accept bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies is another way to conduct a crypto money-laundering scheme. Crypto can be used to buy credit or virtual chips which users can cash out again after just a few small transactions. Billions of dollars have been laundered through cryptocurrency exchanges — bitcoin businesses often find themselves on the front lines. Money laundering is a significant problem for the world economy. To address the threat of money laundering through Bitcoin and digital currencies, countries must work together to develop consistent regulations. Interpol may be an effective resource to assist in developing a collaborative effort against money laundering through Bitcoin and digital currencies.

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