There are a total of 12 articles associated with OFAC.
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.
“For Sam to suggest that the industry ‘should respect OFAC’ is unbecoming,” ShapeShift co-founder Erik Voorhees said
The Treasury exceeded its regulatory authority as Tornado Cash is a “privacy tool beyond the control of anyone,” Coin Center said
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
Blockchain development agency Labrys said Ethereum censorship has grown “unchecked” since the Merge, but core developers disagree
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
Sanctioning Tornado Cash has only increased mixing activity on other platforms, industry members said
Stablecoin issuer calls the move by USDC to blacklist Tornado Cash smart contracts “premature”
Rep. Tom Emmer has urged Janet Yellen’s Treasury office to expand on its Tornado Cash sanctions, saying “expectation of privacy is normal”
The Russian citizen was extradited from the Netherlands to face charges of laundering proceeds from crimes paid in crypto
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.’
The ether transaction privacy service made a bid to curtail the laundering of Ronin hack proceeds