Spanish law enforcement arrest 35 in Crypto money laundering case

to the local media reports, the agencies in Spain have reportedly arrested 35 people for apparently forging banking cards and legalizing the incomes via BTC. According to the report, the group acquired more than six hundred thousand euros that make up more than six hundred and seventy-four thousand dollars ($64,000) and legalized […]
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Why isn’t law enforcement pushing harder for transparency and clarity of companies like Bitfinex / ifinex?

It seems there are a lot of shady exchanges / businesses in the crypto marketplace (e.g. printing Tether that is potentially backed more in crypto than in actual cash, wash trading, etc). I am concerned a lot of small investors are going to be burned badly one day. I feel like we should “rip off the bandaid” and get rid of the scammy businesses (after reviewing their books, of course).

After a brief dip in market price for coins (when authorities move in), this will fuel crypto to organically grow (which will be far healthier and more profitable in the long run because authorities will legitimize crypto).

Just my 2 cents.

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