The Ukrainian Cyber Police has become a partner in a project to identify crypto wallets associated with terrorist and sanctioned activities.
As part of the Scamfari initiative, cyberpolice will identify and block cybercriminals’ virtual assets. By joint efforts, the cyber police and the Scamfari company will work to establish the addresses of crypto wallets, which are used to collect “donations” to support Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine. In the future, assets on such wallets are planned to be blocked.
Additionally, it is noted that Scamfari offers financial rewards to users who provide information about projects and wallets related to collecting donations in support of terrorist activities, including Russian financing of terrorism. You can leave information with relevant evidence through the Telegram bot, and you can learn more about the project at https://osint.scamfari.com/.
Let’s add, the other day the NBU ordered banks to disclose information about customer ties with Russia. Such requirements are contained in the Resolution of the NBU Board No. 26 dated March 16, 2023. It is noted that banks should “detect and document information about the ties of clients and their counterparties with the state carrying out armed aggression against Ukraine.” The Regulator has determined the categories of customers in respect of which the bank is obliged to detect such information, and the scope of relevant information for each category. As expected, this will make it possible to reveal the hidden presence of the aggressor state in the Ukrainian market.
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