US Army Wants To Track Cryptocurrency Transactions
The U.S. Army Crime Investigation Command (USACIDC) wants an app created to track cryptocurrency transactions. Cryptocurrencies and the US army want to improve their research and investigation features, especially in recent years, as many illegal activities have increased.
The U.S. military aims to provide analysis of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by thoroughly researching the source of transactions with cryptocurrencies. Thus, crime organizations involving cryptocurrencies will be limited and attempted to prevent them.
Twitter had experienced one of the biggest hacking attacks ever. Many famous names such as Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Joe Biden, Mike Bloomberg, Barack Obama, and Apple, Uber companies were seized. Hackers had attempted to commit fraud over Bitcoin from the hijacked accounts.