France and Austria join forces to combat crypto crime by building tracing and AML compliance tools

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French blockchain security company NIGMA Conseil, and the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), signed an agreement to track crypto crime. The organizations will trace and chart blockchain connections and transactions, which addresses strict KYC rules, which also require tracking coin origins.

CEO of NIGMA Conseil, Fabien Tabarly, stated, The synergy between a leading European academic research institute and our team of developers has been instrumental in implementing the most innovative tools to fight financial crime in virtual currencies.
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