Interpol’s crack team to ‘follow the money’ in crypto crimes, says official

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The world’s largest police body with 195 members has formed a specialised team in Singapore to help countries combat crimes involving virtual assets. Interpol Secretary-General Jürgen Stock, who is in Delhi for the 90th General Assembly of Interpol starting Tuesday, said at a press conference on Monday that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum pose challenges to law enforcement agencies in the absence of a legal framework.

The world’s largest police body with 195 members has formed a specialised team in Singapore to help countries combat crimes involving virtual assets. Interpol Secretary-General Jürgen Stock, who is in Delhi for the 90th General Assembly of Interpol starting Tuesday, said at a press conference on Monday that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum pose challenges to law enforcement agencies in the absence of a legal framework.

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