US Tornado Cash Ban Will Put Great Dent Into North Korean Operations: Expert

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The U.S. Treasury department has banned crypto mixer Tornado Cash, claiming it has ties to a hacking organization associated with the North Korean government. Blockchain Intelligence Group Director William Callahan, who is also a former DEA agent, discusses the potential impact of the ban and why “it will put a great dent into [North Korean] operations.”

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