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Legal Burdens On Cryptocurrency As An Asset Class – G7 nations US and more

August 23, 2019 0 dan saada By dan saada

A series of advisory notes are out from the US government.  One of these advisory notes mainly looks into the role of cryptocurrencies in the process of buying and selling of fentanyl.

The advisory note stated:  “The United States is in the midst of an unparalleled epidemic of addiction and death, fueled by the illicit trafficking, sale, distribution, and misuse of fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.”

The advisories were published on Wednesday, and it mainly focused on four essential facets of illegal drug trafficking like manufacturing, money, movement, and marketing.

The money advisory has stated that “convertible virtual currencies” like Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Monero may be used to buy and sell drugs online.

Fentanyl trafficking takes place in the United States in many ways.  Most of these purchases are direct purchases from China by US individuals either for personal use or for domestic distribution.

Kellyanne Conway, the senior counsellor to the president, stated:  “Last year alone, federal agents seized enough fentanyl to kill every American man, woman, and child four times.”

The US law enforcement is now taking an active role in cracking down on dark web market places, and therefore, it is not surprising that the cryptocurrency is playing an essential note in the advisory note.

Several instances of crime where cryptocurrencies are being used to purchase illegal substances online have been cracked down.   There were several instances where virtual currencies have been used to launder money in millions. 

While Bitcoin is entirely traceable, criminals prefer to pay using money, which is comparatively untraceable.

The global investor community is getting to be increasingly aware of knowing what the crypto has got to offer.  Cryptocurrency is now becoming very much accepted.  After the bearish market situation, the cryptocurrency has made an impressive comeback, thereby establishing confidence.

However, there are countries which have placed a complete ban on digital currencies and have imposed several legal burdens on the asset class, eventually making it completely difficult to facilitate daily monetary transactions by making use of cryptocurrencies.

Several states have an open mind towards the crypto, and they are discussing newer methods to regulate the Bitcoin and to nurture the industry bringing down issues related to tax evasion and money laundering.

G7 member countries, along with Australia and Singapore in the process of creating a new crypto regulatory system, have helped collect personal data related to individuals who are regularly making use of the cryptocurrencies. Once the platform is deployed, it will be managed by firms who are operating within the private sector.

A series of advisory notes are out from the US government.  One of these advisory notes mainly looks into the role of cryptocurrencies in the process of buying and selling of fentanyl.

The advisory note stated:  “The United States is in the midst of an unparalleled epidemic of addiction and death, fueled by the illicit trafficking, sale, distribution, and misuse of fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.”

The advisories were published on Wednesday, and it mainly focused on four essential facets of illegal drug trafficking like manufacturing, money, movement, and marketing.

The money advisory has stated that “convertible virtual currencies” like Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Monero may be used to buy and sell drugs online.

Fentanyl trafficking takes place in the United States in many ways.  Most of these purchases are direct purchases from China by US individuals either for personal use or for domestic distribution.

Kellyanne Conway, the senior counsellor to the president, stated:  “Last year alone, federal agents seized enough fentanyl to kill every American man, woman, and child four times.”

The US law enforcement is now taking an active role in cracking down on dark web market places, and therefore, it is not surprising that the cryptocurrency is playing an essential note in the advisory note.

Several instances of crime where cryptocurrencies are being used to purchase illegal substances online have been cracked down.   There were several instances where virtual currencies have been used to launder money in millions. 

While Bitcoin is entirely traceable, criminals prefer to pay using money, which is comparatively untraceable.

The global investor community is getting to be increasingly aware of knowing what the crypto has got to offer.  Cryptocurrency is now becoming very much accepted.  After the bearish market situation, the cryptocurrency has made an impressive comeback, thereby establishing confidence.

However, there are countries which have placed a complete ban on digital currencies and have imposed several legal burdens on the asset class, eventually making it completely difficult to facilitate daily monetary transactions by making use of cryptocurrencies.

Several states have an open mind towards the crypto, and they are discussing newer methods to regulate the Bitcoin and to nurture the industry bringing down issues related to tax evasion and money laundering.

G7 member countries, along with Australia and Singapore in the process of creating a new crypto regulatory system, have helped collect personal data related to individuals who are regularly making use of the cryptocurrencies. Once the platform is deployed, it will be managed by firms who are operating within the private sector.

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