Cryptocurrency Investigation – Blockchain basics




Cryptocurrency investigation is much like other forms of financial crime investigation. Find transactions, find accounts and tie …


16 Comments

  1. "Never invest in something you don't understand." How can people invest in this 'crypto future' when (guess) 1/10,000 people can understand it? Who has time, patience(or comprehensive ability)for crypto classes before their first transaction?

  2. I'm in the process of being scammed. My account address is actually the perpetrator's address. When I plugged that address into Block Chain Explorer there is an endless number of transactions (not mine I guess). Is there a simply way to seize these funds or at least what I'm owed as my assets were frozen on first attempt (obviously)?

  3. This should be required viewing for all Crypto-Bros.

    In all seriousness, this taught more in 8 minutes than most long form videos about block chain tech explain in 30+ minutes. Thanks!

  4. I would love to see a forensic investigation video made on any recent token "rug pulls" . Which wallets were involved, were they "founders" wallets, where they went, etc. Since these events are becoming more commonplace, it would be nice to know that the rug pull execution is traceable. Would totally make a donation for that video.

  5. Whilst this was a very useful introduction to blockchain – I was expecting to learn about how to carry out a cryptocurrency investigation, which wasn't covered at all.
    Is this content coming in a later video? If not, I seriously suggest you re-title your video to more accurately describe the content. Cheers.

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