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FinCEN has fined the operator of ancient crypto mixers Helix and
Coin Ninja for Bank Secrecy Act violations.
The founder and operator of a number of the earliest"mixing" services in crypto will need to cough up $60 million to United States
regulators, even as he faces continuing criminal fees.
Harmon was detained in February for operating a steady
of tumblers, or mixers, which Washington, D.C.
prosecutors allege constitute unregistered money services businesses.
Those charges against him state he laundered over $300 million in Bitcoin. In accordance with today's announcement,"FinCEN's analysis has identified at least 356,000 bitcoin trades through Helix."
Mixing services try to privatize cryptocurrencies by sending them via a
huge series of transactions involving a variety of wallets.
The process intends to obscure the origins of coins in addition to the entity accountable for these when they come from blending.
Harmon's mixers were only accessible via the dark net.

FinCEN claims that Harmon deliberately flaunted the
Conditions of the Bank Secrecy Act, the cornerstone of U.S.
Anti-Money Laundering legislation. It had been offenses
of the BSA which led to criminal charges against the executive group of crypto exchange BitMEX before this month.

U.S. authorities are on the prowl for criminal action based on crypto.

The Department of Justice recently published a report that highlighted privacy Teams such as Monero (XMR) as a cause for alarm.

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