While traditional businesses are still exploring ways to incorporate blockchain technology into their operations, the anonymity and decentralization inherent to many cryptocurrencies made them an attractive choice for criminals seeking to conceal their actions.
British analysts predict
that the amount of laundered cryptocurrency will exceed $10 billion by 2025. This rising criminal activity presents an increasing danger to any business engaged in cryptocurrency transactions.
This article discusses the concept of dirty cryptocurrencies and offers insights on how businesses can protect themselves from regulatory consequences.