someone told me that bitcoin in the united states which is either bought or sold is tracked as required by law

a gentleman who is in the money transfer business told me this, I am not privy to any secret financial authority that monitors hacked activity, however, all bitcoins brought/sold in the United States are tracked (as required by law) by all the legal exchanges and/or companies dealing in bitcoin. What inferences they (the law enforcement authorities) can get out of it, is anyone’s guess. what is he talking about? rsvp.

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Hype Cycle Peaks as ACI States Blockchain Can’t Handle Financial Transactions at Scale

A recent study by Gartner has shown that blockchain has reached the ‘peak of inflated expectations’ phase of the hype cycle as the chief architect of ACI Worldwide states that the distributed ledger technology is not yet able to handle financial transactions at scale. The study by Gartner ‘Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2016,’ found […]

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