The largest stablecoin issuer, Tether, has announced the freezing of 32 addresses associated with criminal funds related to incidents in Israel and Ukraine, amounting to $870,000.
On October 16, Tether stated that they had been working with the Israeli crime control authority, NBCTF, to counter cryptocurrency-funded terrorism and warfare. Tether says that it is collaborating with 31 countries to freeze criminal finances, with a total of $835 million in assets frozen to date. …
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