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Rogue states dodge economic sanctions, but is crypto in the wrong?

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When the United States first began going after crypto companies for violating its economic sanctions rules, it didn’t exactly start with a bang.

In December, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) announced a settlement with crypto wallet provider BitGo after the Palo Alto firm failed to prevent persons apparently located in the Crimea region, Iran, Sudan, Cuba and Syria “from using its non-custodial secure digital wallet management service.” The penalty for the “183 apparent violations” of U.S. sanctions? An underwhelming $98,830. 

This was “the first published OFAC enforcement action against a business in the blockchain industry,” according to law firm Steptoe, though six weeks later, the OFAC reached a similar settlement with BitPay, a payment processing firm, for 2,102 “apparent violations of multiple sanctions programs,” in which BitPay reportedly allowed persons in the same countries as in the BitGo case — but with the addition of North Korea — “to transact with merchants in the United States and elsewhere using digital currency on BitPay’s platform even though BitPay had location information, including Internet Protocol addresses and other location data, about those persons prior to effecting the transactions.” BitPay agreed to pay $507,375 to resolve its potential civil liability. 

But future violators may not be treated so leniently. 

It’s worth mentioning that economic sanctions are typically applied “against countries and groups of individuals, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers,” according to the United States Treasury, typically “using the blocking of assets and trade restrictions to accomplish foreign policy and national security goals.”

More enforcement actions are coming

“The crypto industry should absolutely expect more enforcement actions from OFAC, and it can expect that there will be much larger penalties as well,” David Carlisle, director of policy and regulatory affairs at Elliptic, tells Magazine. “OFAC’s first two enforcement actions in this space were fairly simple cases, where the underlying violations were not egregious, and the fines were small. But the next cases could be different,” he says, adding:

“There will undoubtedly be other cases out there that involve much more serious and egregious violations — and we can expect that OFAC will issue fines against crypto businesses that are much larger than those we’ve seen thus far.” 

Expect more enforcement actions like those targeting BitPay and BitGo, Doug McCalmont, founder of BlocAlt Consulting LLC, tells Magazine, as well as “the expansion of targeted individuals, such as coders linked to the technology.”

Sanctions regimes have been applied extensively in recent years by the United States, as well as the European Union and United Nations, often targeting “rogue” nation-states, such as North Korea and Iran. One of the best-known early crypto cases involved Virgil Griffith, a former hacker, who was arrested in April 2019 after he spoke at a blockchain and cryptocurrency conference in North Korea, in violation of sanctions against that outcast nation, the U.S. charged.

“Sanctions violations are a real problem,” says David Jevans, CEO of CipherTrace, whose crypto forensics firm recently found that more than 72,000 unique Iranian IP addresses are linked to more than 4.5 million unique Bitcoin addresses, “suggesting that sanction violations are likely rampant and mostly undetected by virtual asset service providers,” he tells Magazine.

It’s not only U.S. authorities who are concerned about “bad actors” using the nascent blockchain technology to dodge economic sanctions. Agata Ferreira, assistant professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, tells Magazine that authorities in Europe “are becoming more active and more focused. The crypto space is under increasing scrutiny, and I do think this trend will remain and accelerate.”

Nor is OFAC’s recent crypto focus surprising, according to Robert A. Schwinger, partner in the commercial litigation group at Norton Rose Fulbright. The United States government has no choice but to rein in this new, cryptocurrency asset class because “not to do so would expose it to the risk that its sanctions regime could be rendered toothless by new financial technology. Players in the cryptocurrency space who ignore the restrictions imposed by U.S. international sanctions are being put on notice that they do so at their peril,” he wrote on Law.com. 

Is DeFi problematic?

As crypto adoption grows, it seems only inevitable that its decentralized finance (DeFi) networks will push up against more nation-state prerogatives, including economic sanctions. But isn’t there something inherently problematic about cracking down on a decentralized exchange (DEX)? Does the exchange even have a headquarters address? Is anyone even home at home? And should it even answer to someone if it’s truly decentralized?

Enforcing regulations in a decentralized world presents certain challenges, Timothy Massad, former chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and now a senior fellow at Harvard University Kennedy School, tells Magazine, but U.S. regulators are “trying to figure it out.” Might the government eventually put more pressure on developers at DeFi firms, including decentralized exchanges? “Yes, they can build into the code some proper procedures… but it’s a lot easier to go after centralized intermediaries,” says Massad.

“I think we’ll see DeFi developers come under real pressure to ensure their platforms can’t be abused for sanctions evasion — for example, by enforcing address blacklisting,” says Carlisle, adding, “There’s a lot of talk lately about [traditional] financial institutions taking interest in DeFi, but it’s hard to imagine major institutions participating in DeFi unless they’re confident it can be compatible with sanctions requirements.” 

DeFi projects are “decentralized, disintermediated and borderless — everything our legal and regulatory frameworks are not,” Ferreira informs Magazine. The latter are built around centralized, intermediated and jurisdiction-based architecture. “Therefore, this is a challenge and a learning curve for regulators, and not all proposed solutions will be optimal,” Ferreira adds.

The European Union is aware of the DeFi compliance challenge. Its recent Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulatory proposal “will force DEXs to have legal entities in order to transact with EU citizens, effectively banning fully decentralized exchanges,” Jevans tells Magazine. He adds, “Many so-called DEXs have very centralized governance, venture capital investors and physical headquarters, causing the FATF to categorize them as VASPs.” 

Meeting compliance demands for digital service firms like BitPay and BitGo will require some effort. “Trying to identify where a counterparty is located in a crypto transaction is inherently difficult due to the nature of the technology,” observes Carlisle, but crypto firms need to realize that anytime they undertake a transaction “and don’t make an effort to identify the source or destination of funds, they’re taking on a major risk of sanctions violations.”

Crypto mining, too, carries sanctions-compliance risks. “If you process transactions on behalf of participants in a mining pool that’s connected to a country like Iran, or pay a fee to an Iranian miner,” you could run afoul of OFAC, says Carlisle. There are sanctions risks, too, in handling ransomware payments “because some ransomware campaigns have involved cybercriminals in places like North Korea and Iran.” 

Then, too, the growing use of privacy coins, like Monero and Dash, which hide users’ addresses and transaction amounts — unlike Bitcoin — makes the task more difficult, arguably. 

Forensic blockchain firms, however, are looking into how to “improve sanctions compliance on the part of virtual asset service providers,” McCalmont comments. CipherTrace, for example, has developed the ability to track the anonymity enhanced currency (AEC) Monero, once thought to be “the gold standard of AECs.” He adds:

“These [forensic] firms will rise to the occasion and roll out capabilities that will ‘circumvent’ any compliance ‘speed bumps’ utilized by decentralized exchanges. It really is somewhat of a regulatory arms race.”

And the stakes appear to be rising. 

“There’s overwhelming evidence at this stage that sanctioned countries are using crypto,” says Carlisle, concluding, “North Korea’s crypto-related cybercrime has raised at least hundreds of millions of dollars. Iran and Venezuela have looked to crypto mining as a method for sanctions evasion and to generate revenue.”

Related: North Korean crypto hacking: Separating fact from fiction, Cointelegraph Magazine

To stay ahead in the “regulatory arms race,” some crypto companies are now using tools such as blockchain analytics, recounts Carlisle, to identify whether a crypto wallet belongs to a sanctioned party, but even then, staying compliant can be tricky. “Not only do you need to screen addresses against the OFAC list, you should have systems that are calibrated to detect more subtle signs of sanctions risk, and your staff must be trained to handle situations that involve possible sanctions issues.”

OFAC, too, is operating on the principle of strict liability. “You can be held to account even if you were acting in good faith” with no wrong-doing intended, adds Carlisle. “The crypto industry will need to operate to very high standards of sanctions compliance to avoid run-ins with OFAC.”

Part of a larger, global regulatory trend

Recent sanctions activity is just part of a global crackdown that can be expected in the crypto sector, some say. In May, the U.S. Treasury Department announced stricter new rules for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Crypto transfers worth $10,000 or more will have to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. 

This Treasury Department action is likely to be “the first major step towards a global regulation” for cryptocurrencies, according to Nigel Green, CEO and founder of deVere Group, in a public statement. “This is inevitable as the market grows and matures.”

Nor should the crypto community fight it — they should embrace it, suggests Green. “Proportionate regulation should be championed,” he says, further explaining: 

“It would help protect investors, shore-up the market, fight criminality, and reduce the potential possibility of disrupting global financial stability, not to mention offering a potential long-term economic boost to those countries that introduce it.” 

In the absence of new crypto legislation and regulatory guidance, the players themselves — i.e., the crypto and blockchain industry — need to get their house in order, James Cooper, associate dean of experiential learning at California Western School of Law in San Diego, tells Magazine, adding, “We have an obligation to create self regulatory organizations. […] The industry has got to push out all the bad actors.”

If 95% percent of media stories and the public’s conversation about crypto focuses on ransomware or Iranian miners or criminal entities, “then something is wrong,” continues Cooper, because all the good things, like blockchain for food security or blockchain for vaccine tracing, get pushed out. 

A Bretton Woods for crypto?

“We need our Bretton Woods moment,” opines Cooper, referring to the multi-governmental agreement that set the outlines of international finance after World War II. Something similar is needed for the crypto century.

Not all agree. “The Bretton Woods Agreement centralized monetary policy,” says Jevans, and it “is an approach that is unlikely to be accepted in the decentralized blockchain economy since different projects have wildly varying objectives and governance models.”

More promising in his view are the Financial Action Task Force’s recent updated compliance guidelines, which make clear “that decentralized exchanges as well as other DeFi platforms do bear responsibility for ensuring compliance with global sanctions as well as Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing laws. The solution is for these entities, now classified as VASPs by the FATF, to adopt solutions that enable them to achieve compliance without sacrificing decentralization and user privacy.” 

Many have called for international collaboration for addressing these new technological developments, like crypto and blockchain, notes Ferreira, but “I am not sure how feasible it is. Authorities sometimes act when there is a trigger. Libra was such a trigger — and a wake up call — for authorities.” She adds, “Maybe we will see other events in the future that could mobilize authorities to more internationally coordinated action.”

Decentralization at odds with the law?

But isn’t there an inherent conflict, though, between economic sanctions — imposed by sovereign nations, or quasi governments like the U.N. — and decentralized finance? 

One of the strengths of decentralized finance, according to proponents, after all, is that it’s a hedge against centralized government corruption, including authoritarianism. Might a blanket ban on Iranian users, for example, also shut out Iranian dissidents looking to transfer money outside the reach of the government? “Absolutely,” answers McCalmont:

“I, a ‘regular Joe guy,’ can create an account on a decentralized exchange within minutes and immediately transfer funds to North Korea, Syria, Iran — completely under the radar and with little effort — speaks volumes. If those dissidents have a will, there is without a doubt a way.”

All in all, what may be required here is a mean between two undesirable outcomes. A young, evolving sector like the crypto and blockchain industry will inevitably have “vacuums” that nefarious, non-state actors will seek to exploit “until the state comes in and kicks them out,” Cooper tells Magazine. 

That’s to be expected. But the U.S. has gone through four years of anti-regulation rhetoric, at least at the national level, and now, under a new administration, a danger exists that it may seek to monopolize all digital assets — and snuff out innovation.

Doing nothing is bad, continues Cooper, but the U.S. government — or any other state — monopolizing digital assets, whether through a central bank digital currency or other means, is also undesirable. The challenge is “finding the sweet spot.”

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Source: https://cointelegraph.com/magazine/2021/06/08/rogue-states-dodge-economic-sanctions-but-is-crypto-in-the-wrong

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Here’s Why Despite the Recent Bitcoin Crash, All Hope Isn’t Lost

The recent crash should be seen as a temporary price correction, which is an inevitable aspect of every asset class.

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With the recent crash where cryptocurrency lost a quarter of its value since mid-April, many industry stalwarts and key stakeholders were quick to suggest that this might be the end of bitcoin.

In fact, to some, it may seem almost blasphemous for anyone saying otherwise.

However, industry experts believe that bitcoin is far from over despite the somewhat negative outlook and is here to stay.

For example, did you know that one of Bitcoin’s most prominent corporate backers, MicroStrategy expects a $285 million loss after the recent crypto crash but wants to raise $400 million in debt to buy more?

To understand why corporations and other stakeholders still believe in bitcoin’s bright future, it is crucial to closely understand and observe market trends.

The price crash came amid a record-breaking run for bitcoin, rising from below $5,000 in March 2020 to an all-time high of $64,486 per unit on 14th April – jumping more than 450% in just six months.

However, It is important to note that we live in the era of a pandemic; every financial product- from the stock market to the commodities sector has been affected, and the cryptocurrency market is no exception.

Nonetheless, the recent crash should be seen as a temporary price correction, which is an inevitable aspect of every asset class, even during regular times.

Cryptocurrency has a bright future, especially in Asia

A closer look at emerging trends over the past couple of years will establish the value of cryptocurrencies in the new normal.

In the face of the pandemic amidst global economic meltdowns, cryptocurrencies have emerged as remarkably resilient assets. Furthermore, the rapid increase in digitization has created an even more ripe environment for digital currency.

This is particularly true for the APAC region, where more than 60 percent of the world population resides –  a population with a rising middle class and increasing smartphone and internet usage driving digital trends.

According to a recently published study by Messari crypto researcher Mira Christanto, six out of the top ten cryptocurrency unicorns are located in Asia.

The report also indicates that around 98 percent of ethereum-based futures and 94 percent of bitcoin futures volumes stem from the region.

Furthermore, by the end of 2019, six of the world’s top ten largest crypto firms were located in Asia. And as of January this year, of the top 20 token projects with headquarters, 42 percent of the market capitalization is based in Asia.

All of which has contributed to Bitcoin’s meteoric rise in value in the past few years and increasing interest from institutional investors and major banks, including Goldman Sachs, which set up its bitcoin trading desk earlier this month.

Choosing the right platform for best interests and good returns is key

Market trends suggest that the recent crash was merely a glitch and that cryptocurrency is still a safe bet, especially for individual investors looking to grow their assets.

However, it is crucial to choose the right platform to grow assets through interests. When making that decision, it is essential to keep a few key factors in mind:

  • What are the interest rates?
  • Is there consistency, or are the rates too fickle?
  • Will I have the flexibility to play around with my assets?

One such reliable platform is Singapore-based Hodlnaut that provides financial services for individual investors.

They earn interest on their cryptocurrencies by lending to corporate borrowers, who would otherwise struggle to access crypto loans.

An emerging cryptocurrency lending platform, Hodlnaut now offers an increased rate of 10.0% APR (10.5% APY) for stablecoins.

Another point of note is that their cryptocurrency and stablecoin rates have remained consistent irrespective of market conditions.

To give users maximum flexibility, Hodlnaut launched a new Token Swap feature that allows users to seamlessly swap tokens and earn interest from their choice of available assets, including BTC, ETH, DAI, USDC, and USDT.

In a post-pandemic world, digital assets will be the next big, if not the biggest, thing. Learn more about Hodlnaut here and secure your future.

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Binance NFT Marketplace Hosts The First ‘Genesis’ NFT Auction

[PRESS RELEASE – Singapore, Singapore, 23rd June 2021] Featuring Legendary Artists Dali & Andy Warhol as NFTs, a tokidoki mystery box, and NFTs from ‘100 Creators’ from around the world! The Binance NFT Marketplace will launch this Thursday, June 24th with a first premium auction titled ‘Genesis’, launching the first series of ‘Mystery Boxes’, and […]

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[PRESS RELEASE – Singapore, Singapore, 23rd June 2021]

Featuring Legendary Artists Dali & Andy Warhol as NFTs, a tokidoki mystery box, and NFTs from ‘100 Creators’ from around the world!

The Binance NFT Marketplace will launch this Thursday, June 24th with a first premium auction titled ‘Genesis’, launching the first series of ‘Mystery Boxes’, and the recently announced ‘100 Creators’ program. Hosted in collaboration with TRON and APENFT the auction will feature exclusive collectibles and can’t-miss content from popular artists and creators, the event is set to be the ultimate, no-compromise NFT experience you’ve been waiting for. Users can participate in the auction, apply for the Mystery Box, and trade in the marketplace starting June 24th at 10 AM (UTC +8).

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‘Genesis’ Auction: ‘Three Self-Portraits’ and ‘Divine Comedy: rebeget’

The 3 portrait series are Nirvana, Vitality, and Harmony.

As the first auction taking place on Binance NFT Marketplace, the theme of the ‘Genesis’ auction implies a new wave of Renaissance with NFTs. NFT technology has revolutionized the world of art for good, bringing the concept of digital ownership to life for the very first time. The ‘Genesis’ auction represents this idea and brings two valuable pieces that represent ‘wind of change’ periods in history.

As part of our first “Premium Event” auction, the ‘Genesis’ collection will feature two iconic artworks: Andy Warhol’s’ “Three Self-Portraits” and a newly digitized NFT of Salvador Dali’s “Divine Comedy: rebeget”. Andy Warhol is the leading figure in the pop art movement and Binance NFT exhibits ‘Three Self-Portraits’ to commemorate the revolutionary and disruptive spirit of Andy Warhol.

Warhol’s introduction of mass production techniques to visual art has foreshadowed today’s digital world, where content can be easily copied, downloaded, and reshared. Just as Warhol changed the perception of value when it came to reproducible artwork, NFT technology has forever changed the way value is assigned to digital art. With Three Self-Portraits, Warhol’s pioneering work is celebrated with a community artist’s tribute to Warhol’s original artwork. This recreation series will be available on June 24, with an exclusive run of 100 NFTs.

Dali was invited by the Italian government to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth in 1965, Dante’s Divine Comedy is one of the most recognizable works of literature in the modern world, and Dali’s watercolor illustrations pay tribute to the journey depicted in the Divine Comedy. As a precursor to Renaissance literature, the Divine Comedy has influenced countless artists and helped shape the modern world of art. 2021 marks the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death. To commemorate this, The Divine Comedy NFT was re-designed to have a blockchain element by featuring the bitcoin symbol, CZ’s signature, and the Binance logo in the pattern of the artwork (which can only be seen when you zoom in).

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Helen Hai, the Head of Binance NFT, said “Binance shares similar values as ‘Genesis’, revolutionizing the fintech space with blockchain technology and crypto, paving the ways as a blockchain pioneer leader, just like how ‘Genesis’ auction will do the same for the NFT industry.”

The auction will also include the first-ever Binance NFT “Mystery Box” featuring 16 collectible ‘tokidoki’ characters, including 3 Binance characters which can only be obtained in the first “Mystery Box” drop, made available exclusively through NFKings Productions on Binance NFT. ‘Tokidoki’, which translates to “sometimes” in Japanese, is an internationally recognized and iconic lifestyle brand based on the vision of Italian artist Simone Legno. Since debuting in 2005, tokidoki has amassed a cult-like following for its larger-than-life characters and emerged as a sought-after global lifestyle brand with over millions of physical tokidoki sold worldwide, and most recently 110,000 digital tokidoki sold out in minutes.

Binance’s brand new “100 Creators” program will also make its debut as part of the “marketplace” category at the ‘Genesis’ auction, which will feature work from talented artists and everyday creators from around the world. Bidding will start at 10 AM UTC on June 24 and the auction will last for 5 days. The winner of ‘Three Self-Portraits’ will also receive the physical art piece shipped by Apenft.

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After the Miami Heat: FTX Partners With Major League Baseball (MLB)

FTX continues with its sports partnerships in the US by announcing a new collaboration with Major League Baseball (MLB).

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After joining forces with NBA’s Miami Heat, the cryptocurrency exchange FTX keeps its expansion with significant partnerships – this time is the US MLB. As a result, the trading platform has become the Official Cryptocurrency Exchange brand of the league.

  • According to a press release from earlier on June 23rd, FTX has entered into a “long term, global partnership” with MLB. This has become the “first-ever” official collaboration between “a professional sports league and a cryptocurrency exchange.”
  • Becoming the Official Cryptocurrency Exchange brand of MLB will enable FTX to “create increased brand awareness” and “continued innovation.”
  • The US branch of the trading platform has also “formed an agreement” with MLB Players Inc. to receive group player rights. As a result, FTX will use MLB highlights to create original content.
  • “It’s an honor for FTX to be the first cryptocurrency exchange to be associated with the history and tradition of America’s national pastime. At FTX, we strive each day to make a positive global impact, and there is no better partner for us to achieve this goal with than with MLB and its international fan base.” – commented the exchange’s CEO and Founder – Sam Bankman-Fried.

  • Noah Garden, the Chief Revenue Officer of the MLB, said his organization is “incredibly” excited to partner with a “global leader” like FTX. It will allow the league to adopt new technology and engage with fans.
  • This major development comes just months after the trading venue inked another partnership with one of the most popular NBA teams – the Miami Heat.
  • After the deal, worth $135 million, the team’s home court received a name change and is now officially called the FTX Arena.
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John McAfee Reportedly Found Dead After Spain’s High Court Approved Extradition to the US

John McAfee, the person behind the well-known McAfee antivirus and a vocal proponent of cryptocurrencies, has been reportedly found dead in a prison cell in Barcelona.

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John McAfee, the veteran entrepreneur, and cryptocurrency proponent, has been reportedly found dead in his prison cell.

  • Two leading Spanish outlets, El Mundo and El Pais reported that the US entrepreneur has been found dead in his prison cell in Barcelona.
  • The news was also shared by Reuters Legal on Twitter.
  • At the time of this writing, there’s no other confirmation of his death or the reasons for it, though both Spanish outlets quote the Department of Justice.
  • Meanwhile, reports indicate, on several occasions, that McAfee committed suicide.
  • It’s worth noting that the news of his death started circling on the same day Reuters reported that Spain’s High Court approved the extradition order of the entrepreneur to the United States.
  • McAfee was charged with tax evasion, which he has been rather vocal about in the past.
  • Separately, he was also charged by the US SEC for fraudulently promoting initial coin offerings.

This story is developing. 

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