Fighting Cybercrime Using the Blockchain


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Bitcoin is sometimes described as the “currency of criminals,” and we all see stories about how criminals use bitcoin to move money and extract ransoms. But did you know that law enforcement also uses the blockchain—bitcoin’s distributed, immutable, permanent record of transactions—to investigate cybercrime? Come learn more about how bitcoin’s underlying technology helps fight cybercrime.

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Alan Cohn

Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Jonathan Levin

Co-Founder, Chainalysis

Kathryn Haun

Assistant US Attorney (participating in personal capacity), US Department of Justice, US Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California

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