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Holder warns of Bitcoin misuse, bristles at contempt reminder

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Holder warns of Bitcoin misuse, bristles at contempt reminder

Post by Ponee on Wed Apr 09, 2014 7:32 am

Holder warns of Bitcoin misuse, bristles at contempt reminder


Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY 3:25 p.m. EDT April 8, 2014




An attendee holds a Titan Bitcoin silver minted coin during the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York on April 7.(Photo: Jin Lee, Bloomberg)




WASHINGTON — U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder warned Tuesday that virtual currencies, including the increasingly popular Bitcoin, may be used to "mask'' money laundering associated with drug trafficking or other illegal activities.

"Virtual currencies can pose challenges for law enforcement given the appeal they have among those seeking to conceal illegal activity,'' Holder told the House Judiciary Committee. "This potential must be closely considered. We are working with our financial regulatory partners to account for this emerging technology.''

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that is traded mostly online and person to person rather than through banks. The unregulated cybercurrency has been gaining popularity in the USA and accepted as payment at scores of businesses.

"Those who favor virtual currencies solely for their ability to help mask drug trafficking or other illicit conduct should think twice,'' Holder said. "The department is committed to innovating alongside this new technology in order to ensure our investigations are not impeded by any improvement in criminals' ability to move funds anonymously.
"As virtual currency systems develop, it will be imperative to law enforcement interests that those systems comply with applicable anti-money laundering statutes and know-your-customer controls.''

The attorney general's currency assessment was part of a wide-ranging -- and briefly contentious -- congressional hearing on Justice operations.

Although it has been nearly two years since the Republican-led House voted to hold Holder in contempt, time apparently has not healed all wounds.

Holder angrily challenged Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tex., after the lawmaker referenced the contempt finding during the attorney general's testimony.
"You don't want to go there,'' Holder told Gohmert, referring to the 2012 dispute over the administration's handling of a botched gun trafficking investigation that resulted in the contempt finding. "It was inappropriate; it was unjust.''

Holder's remarks prompted a heated response from Gohmert: "I don't need a lecture from you about contempt.''

"And I don't need a lecture from you, either,'' Holder said.
The clash ended, at least for now, when Gohmert's time for questioning expired.
On an unrelated matter, Holder acknowledged that a federal inquiry continues involving former CIA director David Petraeus.

Holder said federal authorities are "working diligently to resolve'' the matter involving Petraeus, who was forced to resign in 2012 after admitting to an extramarital affair. Authorities have been investigating whether classified information in the former director's possession had been compromised.

The attorney general, who Tuesday characterized Petraeus as "great colleague'' and "a true patriot,'' said the inquiry remains "an ongoing investigation.''

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said that the prolonged inquiry "doesn't seem fair.''
"It seems suspicious that it continues to linger,'' Chaffetz said.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/04/08/holder-bitcoin-fraud/7461571/
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Re: Holder warns of Bitcoin misuse, bristles at contempt reminder

Post by judywhite on Mon May 12, 2014 6:22 am

Individuals are free to trade their bitcoin at their own risk. Bitcoin is still unregulated so it’s up to you how you will handle your wallet.

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Re: Holder warns of Bitcoin misuse, bristles at contempt reminder

Post by Kevind53 on Mon May 12, 2014 8:01 am

Umm ... Holder was testifying about the issue of virtual currency being used in money laundering operations and how to combat such activities. There is nothing here about how you handle your wallet.

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