OFAC

There are a total of 12 articles associated with OFAC.

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Tornado Cash can be sanctioned since it’s an entity defined as “a partnership, association, trust, joint venture, corporation, group, subgroup, or other organization,” the Treasury said.

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“For Sam to suggest that the industry ‘should respect OFAC’ is unbecoming,” ShapeShift co-founder Erik Voorhees said

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The Treasury exceeded its regulatory authority as Tornado Cash is a “privacy tool beyond the control of anyone,” Coin Center said

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The exchange allowed users in the Crimea region of Ukraine, as well as Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria to trade cryptoassets despite these being subject to US sanctions

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Blockchain development agency Labrys said Ethereum censorship has grown “unchecked” since the Merge, but core developers disagree

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OFAC also addressed “dust attacks,” or instances where a very small amount of cryptocurrency that touched Tornado Cash results in blocked wallets or accounts, in Tuesday’s clarifications

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Sanctioning Tornado Cash has only increased mixing activity on other platforms, industry members said

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Stablecoin issuer calls the move by USDC to blacklist Tornado Cash smart contracts “premature”

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Rep. Tom Emmer has urged Janet Yellen’s Treasury office to expand on its Tornado Cash sanctions, saying “expectation of privacy is normal”

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The Russian citizen was extradited from the Netherlands to face charges of laundering proceeds from crimes paid in crypto

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Tron founder Justin Sun was blocked by the front-end web app of DeFi protocol Aave over the weekend after a Tornado Cash ‘dust attack.’

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The ether transaction privacy service made a bid to curtail the laundering of Ronin hack proceeds

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