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August 26, 2018, 09:12:06 AM
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I think bitcoin created for a free transaction, that's good enough   Cool
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August 26, 2018, 12:51:36 PM
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If you take into account the fact that you never know who invested and withdrew, then to some extent you can conduct money laundering.
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August 26, 2018, 01:13:59 PM
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Can someone and conducts such operations, but for what purpose are the money brought in and we do not know, because everything is anonymous.

Apparently many people forget that Bitcoin is only semi-anonymous. Of course, if a normal mortal looks into the blockexplorer, it won't be able to recognize much, but there are already companies that analyze the Bitcoin blockchain and they can already tell quite well how which Bitcoins are used for what. People who want to use Bitcoin for money laundering seem to forget that. Of course there are such cases, but i wouldn't use bitcoin for such things. Sooner or later the goverment will be able to retrace what the Bitcoins were used for.  Wink

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August 27, 2018, 02:35:52 AM
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Of course it is possible to launder money via Bitcoin. Otherwise, Bitcoin cannot be considered the equivalent of a real currency, because the ability to launder money is a "feature" of every fiat currency.  Grin
the cryptocurrency feature is very numerous, one of which is about very high confidentiality, and it will be a very attractive choice for criminals to commit illegal money laundering, so there are still many countries that reject bitcoin as a legitimate medium of exchange, because there are still many corruptors in developing countries that have the potential to use bitcoin for money from robbery

perhaps in the future the identity of bitcoin users must be detected to prevent misuse of bitcoin currency so that it does not become one of the supporting facilities for criminals.
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August 27, 2018, 06:37:43 AM
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It is very much possible to do money laundering and lot's people already doing and earning money. Tongue

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August 29, 2018, 09:29:54 AM
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Third-party brokers help to simplify cross-border transactions without intermediaries. Outside the exchange millions of dollars are transferred in bitcoin across international borders as part of the capital export scheme.
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August 29, 2018, 09:45:01 AM
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Open a company that takes bitcoin, and buy from yourself, getting legitimate income from your store.
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August 29, 2018, 03:44:43 PM
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As long as Government official didn't find the route it is possible but once they start finding the route it is impossible to do money laundering through Blockchain. We can easily trace the transaction for which ID and to which address he sent can be traced easily.
Transaction on blockchain is transparent so that anyone can track and view transactions on the network, but can the government
know who owns that address? of course not, because anonymity is on the cryptocurrency so this will be difficult to trace..

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August 30, 2018, 08:38:58 AM
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The presence of bitcoins in a person can be checked if this person is of some interest to the inspection bodies. Relevant authorities can identify everything, including the presence of bitcoins.

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September 02, 2018, 11:58:12 AM
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Even if it is possible, this is not our problem at all.
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September 03, 2018, 08:40:44 PM
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Truly, Bitcoin aids money laundery especially in developing countries. Bitcoin transaction is kept on blockchain which allowed people to traced it, the transactions are never truly anonymous. Many illegal activities going through bitcoin but the evidence still there, including money laundering. However, my concern about sites offering to mixer bitcoin, so it can't be traced right? But, I don't think those mixer sites will easily accept money laundering. That's why some countries issued regulations about bitcoin and exchanges to prevent any kind of those transaction.
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September 03, 2018, 10:21:22 PM
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Truly, Bitcoin aids money laundery especially in developing countries. Bitcoin transaction is kept on blockchain which allowed people to traced it, the transactions are never truly anonymous. Many illegal activities going through bitcoin but the evidence still there, including money laundering. However, my concern about sites offering to mixer bitcoin, so it can't be traced right? But, I don't think those mixer sites will easily accept money laundering. That's why some countries issued regulations about bitcoin and exchanges to prevent any kind of those transaction.

What do you mean by that? It's not the purpose of mixing sites to ask for the origin of funds. M'm pretty sure that with enough effort the mixing algo could be reverse engineered, so no action that you take is untraceable. It's just that you would have to be a first class criminal for them to want to get to you this badly. They would have to invest a lot of money and time to trace coins after they've been mixed and that's why it gives additional safety and anonymity to average users like us, but I wouldn't use a mixer to hide a couple million dollar drug deal. I wouldn't choose bitcoin for that at all.
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September 05, 2018, 09:34:54 AM
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Truly, Bitcoin aids money laundery especially in developing countries. Bitcoin transaction is kept on blockchain which allowed people to traced it, the transactions are never truly anonymous. Many illegal activities going through bitcoin but the evidence still there, including money laundering. However, my concern about sites offering to mixer bitcoin, so it can't be traced right? But, I don't think those mixer sites will easily accept money laundering. That's why some countries issued regulations about bitcoin and exchanges to prevent any kind of those transaction.

What do you mean by that? It's not the purpose of mixing sites to ask for the origin of funds. M'm pretty sure that with enough effort the mixing algo could be reverse engineered, so no action that you take is untraceable. It's just that you would have to be a first class criminal for them to want to get to you this badly. They would have to invest a lot of money and time to trace coins after they've been mixed and that's why it gives additional safety and anonymity to average users like us, but I wouldn't use a mixer to hide a couple million dollar drug deal. I wouldn't choose bitcoin for that at all.
Though bitcoin is a anonymous transaction but because it is digitally transaction, there's no way it isn't traceable because there a program that can trace the origin of your transaction if your identified scammers or launder. Because of cryptocurrency currency criminality would be lessened.

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September 05, 2018, 04:22:55 PM
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Is it possible to do money laundering via bitcoin? I mean as no one knows if you have bitcoin and how much bitcoin do you actually own, it could be used to convert black money to white right? Or at least store your black money without much hassle. But there is the risk of its value but I think for people who have lots of black money and don't want to be caught, this risk might be worth taking for them isn't it?
What are your thoughts?

That is possible, because bitcoin is a freedom currency and is not regulated by the government, bitcoin can be used for good purposes and also as a medium for money laundering.
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September 10, 2018, 04:33:26 AM
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Is it possible to do money laundering via bitcoin? I mean as no one knows if you have bitcoin and how much bitcoin do you actually own, it could be used to convert black money to white right? Or at least store your black money without much hassle. But there is the risk of its value but I think for people who have lots of black money and don't want to be caught, this risk might be worth taking for them isn't it?
What are your thoughts?
With the use of bitcoin, probably less than all crypto currency laundered dirty money. Recently, the European Union released information that only 0.67 percent of the cases of bitcoin were used for illegal purposes. This is due to the fact that bitcoin is only relatively anonymous. There are many crypto-currencies with a much greater degree of anonymity than bitcoin and they are used for this.

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September 11, 2018, 04:16:11 PM
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Money laundering via BTC. Yes, it is inevitable, because:
- BTC Not regulated and limited by any regulations by countries.
- Use bitcoin, transaction billion dollars no one knows!
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September 14, 2018, 03:04:56 AM
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it is and it's the reason why the government don't like it, and why in some country it's banned, but there are way to know if your money were used for illegal activity

the so called "taunt"(if i remember correctly) bitcoin, have their value reduced this was also a problem for the bitcoin fungibility


maybe for developed countries the reason for banning bitcoin for money laundering makes no sense, but for developing countries with very many criminals, especially corruptors who have very much money, of course the ban makes sense. because to limit their illicit money escape, countries try by all means to limit their illicit money movements one way by not legalizing bitcoin, because the state cannot detect or prevent criminals from saving their money ..
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September 14, 2018, 03:35:17 PM
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Yeah, you're absolutely right. It is very much possible to make money laundering via BTC.
Thats some countries marked bitcoin as illegal.
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September 15, 2018, 12:30:53 AM
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Of course, I think bitcoin is a powerful means for us to commit money laundering. That was the cause why bitcoin is still doubtful, in country where I live, feared bitcoin will be a great tool for criminals to clean the money from tracking. Especially with all the capabilities of the bitcoin which of course complicates the authorities. But anyway that's the advantages of bitcoin, we can not oppose it. Thank you.
this is not the case in developed countries, because with advanced technology they are still reaching to track the origin of illegitimate money owners with bitcoin mixer services, the government can still call to release suspicious data from criminals, but for developing countries it is still difficult to do because their financial system has not well integrated, so to anticipate the government still has not legalized bitcoin as a legitimate medium of exchange.
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Today at 08:43:48 AM
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the money washers will do anything to carry out their actions not only in bitcoin but on other assets and that may be possible but the government must provide policies and refinements so that the money laundering movement is even smaller such as KYC

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