The FBI Thinks Cryptocurrency is a Threat to National Security

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Read the best crypto news analysis here! bitnewstoday.com Bitcoin, investments, regulation and other cryptocurrencies Found a mistake? Senator Mitt ROMNEY also voiced his concern about the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies and their increasing level of liquidity level. Naturally, this is not necessarily directed towards Bitcoin as it has been classified as one of the most traceable cryptos out there right now. Wray had were things such as privacy tokens, which are very rarely easy to trace, especially when they are being transferred from hard wallet to hard wallet. On November 5th, Christopher WRAY, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations of the United States of America, testified in front of congress and pressed the issue of cryptocurrencies and how they can become a subject of a threat to national security.

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On November 5th, Christopher WRAY, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations of the United States of America, testified in front of congress and pressed the issue of cryptocurrencies and how they can become a subject of a threat to national security.

Most of the arguments were about the traceability of cryptocurrencies. Naturally, this is not necessarily directed towards Bitcoin as it has been classified as one of the most traceable cryptos out there right now. The subject in mind that Mr. Wray had were things such as privacy tokens, which are very rarely easy to trace, especially when they are being transferred from hard wallet to hard wallet.

Senator Mitt ROMNEY also voiced his concern about the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies and their increasing level of liquidity level. According to the Senator, who confessed...

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