Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP
Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP

Why it’s so hard for the US to go after hackers’ digital wallets

  • Regulations on cryptocurrency vary widely around the world, and it won’t be easy for the US to alter that dynamic as it seeks to neutralise hackers’ money flow
  • Experts have identified a group of countries that are struggling to combat cryptocurrency abuse, including Ghana, Myanmar and Pakistan

Topic |   United States
Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP
Existing international coordination around cryptocurrency abuse has been scattershot. Photo: AFP
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