The detectives for the London Metro police recently requested the ability to freeze crypto assets. This request applies to the power to prevent individuals or businesses suspected of criminal behavior from making transactions.
Aside from this, authorities started to coordinate with the government. They are asking for changes in the legislation. These changes aim to move toward making it harder for criminals to use crypto for money laundering.
Mick Gallagher, the detective chief superintendent at the Met’s central specialist crime command, had an interview with the Times. There, he said that cryptocurrencies like bitc…
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