6th Global Conference on Criminal Finances and Cryptocurrencies
This year’s annual Global Conference on Criminal Finances and Cryptocurrencies (#6CrC) will take place on 1–2 September 2022.
The conference is an initiative of Europol, INTERPOL and the Basel Institute on Governance through the joint Working Group on Criminal Finances and Cryptocurrencies.
This year’s event will take place in hybrid format over two days:
Day 1: Cross-stakeholder discussions
Day 1 brings together members of law enforcement, the private sector, public policy and regulatory bodies and the media. The short speeches and panel discussions will cover crucial topics for the virtual assets industry, from regulation to seizures.
Virtual attendance on day 1 (1 September) is free and open to all.
The entry code for registration is: TRT76%$09876. Click on "New registration" to start the process.
Day 2: Law enforcement only
Day 2 is strictly limited to law enforcement and related public authorities. The sessions explore the changing modi operandi of criminals abusing the cryptocurrency ecosystem to hide and launder money, and how law enforcement can fight back.
Due to the restricted nature of this day, registration details for both physical and virtual attendance will be distributed to law enforcement authorities via Europol and INTERPOL. For queries, email [email protected].
About the conference
Hosted this year by Europol at its headquarters in The Hague, the annual conference gathers cryptocurrency experts, investigators and other law enforcement representatives from around the world.
The aim is to increase the capabilities of all relevant actors to successfully investigate and prosecute virtual assets-based money laundering and other crypto-enabled crimes, as well as manage related risks to citizens, companies and national/global financial systems.
The conferences help to create a network of practitioners and experts who can collectively establish best practices and provide assistance and recommendations in this fast-evolving field.
View the Working Group's 7 Recommendations on combating virtual assets-based money laundering and crypto-enabled crime
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