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Cryptocurrency Crime

Cryptocurrency Crime, Terrorism, National Security

Cryptocurrencies are a disruptive financial technology that present governments with new national security challenges and terrorist groups, criminals, and rogue states with opportunities. -Council on Foreign Relations

Cryptocurrency Crime Research Papers

| An Analysis of Bitcoin’s Use in Illicit Finance - Michael Morell 2021
| Attorney General's 2018 Cyber Digital Task Force Report - U.S. Department of Justice 2018
| Attorney General's 2020 Cyber Digital Task Force: Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework - U.S. Department of Justice 2020
| Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: Law Enforcement Investigative Guide - U.S. Department of Justice 2019
| Bitcoin and U.S. National Security - Bitcoin Policy Institute 2022
| Blockchain and Suitability for Government Applications (see pages 22-26) - Analytic Exchange Program 2018
| Challenges of Investigating Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Related Crime - Dyson, Buchanan, Bell 2017
| Contemporary Cybercrime Ecosystem - Trilateral Research 2018
| Cracking Mt. Gox - The Largest Bitcoin Exchange Hack - WizSec Bitcoin Security Specialists 2014
| Cracking Mt. Gox - Bitcoin Transaction Malleability - Decker and Wattenhofer 2014
| Cracking Mt. Gox - Evidence from Mining Bitcoin Transactions - Chen, Wu, Zheng, et al. 2019
| Cracking Mt. Gox - Identifying the Arbitrageurs on Mt. Gox - Saggese and Böhme 2019
| Criminal Investigations Involving Evidence on the Dark Web - RAND Corporation 2019
| Crypto Crime Report 2019 - Chainalysis 2019
| Crypto Crime Report 2020 - Chainalysis 2020
| Crypto Crime Report 2021 - Chainalysis 2021
| Crypto Crime Report 2022 - Chainalysis 2022
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2018 Q2 - Cipher Trace 2018
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2018 Q3 - Cipher Trace 2018
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2018 Q4 - Cipher Trace 2018
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2019 Q1 - Cipher Trace 2019
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2019 Q2 - Cipher Trace 2019
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2019 Q3 - Cipher Trace 2019
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report 2019 Q4 - Cipher Trace 2019
| Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report Spring 2020 - Cipher Trace 2020
| Cryptocurrency: Forensic Techniques - AICPA & CIMA 2020
| Cryptocurrency: Legal Context for Financial Crime - European Parliament 2018
| Crypto Market Enforcement: New Strategy and Tactics - Global Drug Policy Observatory 2018
| Cryptocurrency Regulations and Enforcement in the U.S. - Western State University Law Review 2017
| Cryptocurrencies: Tracing the Evolution of Criminal Finances - EUROPOL 2021
| Crypto Rogues: U.S. State Adversaries Seeking Sanctions Resistance - Foundation for Defense of Democracies 2019
| Cyber Threatscape 2017 - Accenture 2017
| Cyber Threatscape 2018 - Accenture 2018
| Cyber Threatscape 2019 - Accenture 2019
| Data Driven Policing & Public Value - The Police Foundation 2019
| Digital Currency Wars: A National Security Crisis Simulation - Harvard's Belfer Center 2019
| How Cryptocurrencies Have Changed the Criminal Landscape - Igor Groysman 2018
| Internet Crime Report - FBI 2019
| Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment 2017 - Europol Cybercrime Center 2017
| Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment 2018 - Europol Cybercrime Center 2018
| Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment 2019 - Europol Cybercrime Center 2019
| Laundering of Crime Proceeds Using Virtual Currencies - U.N. Office of Drugs and Crime 2014
| Legal Context and Implications for Financial Crime, Money Laundering and Tax Evasion - European Union 2018
| Measuring the Changing Cost of Cybercrime - Anderson, Barton, Bohme, et al. 2019
| Money Laundering Through Cryptocurrencies - George Forgang 2019
| Nation State Involvement in Cryptocurrency and the Impact to Economic Sanctions - Clautice 2019
| National Security Implications of Virtual Currency - RAND Corporation 2015
| Policing Bitcoin: Investigating, Evidencing and Prosecuting Crimes Involving Cryptocurrency - N8 Policing Research Partnership 2017
| RUSI Report: Virtual Currencies and Financial Crime - UK Royal United Services Institute 2017
| RUSI Report: Money Mules to Chain Hopping - UK Royal United Services Institute 2018
| RUSI Report: Countering North Korean Activity in Southeast Asia - UK Royal United Services Institute 2019
| RUSI Report: Preventing Criminal Abuse of Cryptocurrencies - UK Royal United Services Institute 2019
| Sanctions Compliance for Virtual Currencies - Office of Foreign Assets Control 2021
| Strengthening International Law Enforcement Cooperation for Digital Assets - Department of Justice 2022
| Use of Zcash Cryptocurrency for Illicit or Criminal Purposes - RAND Corporation 2020
| Virtual Currencies and Money Laundering - Congressional Research Service 2019
| Virtual Currencies and Terrorist Financing: Assessing the Risk and Evaluating Responses - European Parliament 2019
| Taking a Bit out of Crime: Bitcoin and Cross-Border Tax Evasion - Thomas Slattery 2014
| Terrorist Use of Cryptocurrencies - RAND Corporation 2019
| Why China had to Ban Cryptocurrency but the U.S. Did Not - Rain Xie 2019

Table of Contents

| Bitcoin Lightning Network - (28 reports)
| Bitcoin Mining - (46 reports)
| Blockchain Reports by CPAs and Management Consultants - (30 reports)
| Blockchain Reports by Governments, Agencies, NGOs - (45 reports)
| Blockchain Reports by Financial Institutions - (83 reports)
| Blockchain Reports by Institutes & Foundations - (23 reports)
| Blockchain Reports by Lawyers & Law Firms - (15 reports)
| Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) - (55 reports)
| Cryptocurrency Crime, Terrorism & National Security - (53 reports)
| Decentralized Finance (DeFi) - (22 reports)
| Healthcare & Blockchain Technology - (23 reports)
| Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) - (18 reports)
| Privacy, Anonymization and Data Protection - (12 reports)
| Proof of Stake (PoS) Consensus Protocol - (33 reports)
| Proof of Work (PoW) Consensus Protocol - (15 reports)
| Research & Academic Papers on Bitcoin and Crypto - (52 reports)
| Smart Contracts - (38 reports)
| Stablecoins - (15 reports)
| Top 10 Public Companies Holding Bitcoin - (10 reports)
| Understanding Austrian Economics and Bitcoin - (16 reports)
| Understanding Encryption & Cryptography - (18 reports)

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