We trace Bitcoin and other digital currency wallets on Blockchains to assist law enforcement identify crimes and we also help third parties gather Blockchain evidence for civil litigation.
As experts in Anti-Money Laundering Law, we investigate digital currency transactions for third parties and assist with the preparation of complex financial crime reports to government agencies.
Our digital currency investigation team conducts complicated multi-layered investigations by financial transactions over multiple blockchains to detect and identify criminal activity for clients.
We provide in-person face-to-face verification services to onboard clients to multiple digital currency exchanges to enable them to comply with international AML and CTF legislation.
The Blockchain Financial Crime Center in Ontario, Canada, is the world’s only center dedicated exclusively to identifying and mitigating financial crime involving Bitcoin and other digital currencies, and researching the nexus between digital currencies and financial crime.
Financial crime experts at the Blockchain Financial Crime Center in Ontario, Canada, have handled some of the most difficult financial crime cases globally and helped to protect the financial system and helped financial institutions and Blockchain companies save millions of dollars in fraud losses.