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DOJ Shuts Down ChipMixer, Breaks Up Alleged $3B Laundering Ring

The Department of Justice announced it dismantled ChipMixer, a darknet cryptocurrency service allegedly enabling bad actors to launder billions in digital assets. So reports The Hill.  

As part of the investigation, authorities seized control of two domains used to drive traffic to the mixing service. Per the DOJ, the service was also allegedly involved in other illicit activities like ransomware, hacking, theft and fraud.

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