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Ever since crypto-crimes and criminals using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to launder money became a thing, the field of crypto-forensics has come up as an unlikely “evil good.” The field has, somewhat, proven most cryptocurrencies are not fully private as previously imagined.
Over $83 billion flooded the cryptocurrency market since January 3.
The crypto market’s firm uptrend has allowed multiple major altcoins to begin going parabolic, which to many investors is emblematic of the early stages of the massive bull run seen in late 2017.
The price of Dash (DASH) has seen a sustained month of growth, up from $84.0 to $111.2—a 32.4 percent increase.
Dash CEO, Ryan Taylor, says a few factors saw them enter the Venezuelan market three years ago, but the political situation has made their cryptocurrency a critical survival tool for many in the beleaguered country.
Eugenia Alcalá, the CEO of Dash Venezuela, issued a statement following embezzlement accusations against Dash Merchant Venezuela, a separate Dash-funded organization.
After a referendum was launched to demote Dash CEO Ryan Taylor due to missed deadlines, one disgruntled Dash community member put the privacy coin’s decentralized governance model to the test.