US Secret Service Agent Critical of Digital Currency

Special agent Tate Jarrow says cyber crime easier with advent of digital currency.

US Secret Service special agent Tate Jarrow shared his negative views on digital currency at CyberRisk North America.

With every passing day it seems another firm has shown interest in making an investment into some type of digital currency. What started on the outskirts of the financial world, it has crept closer to the mainstream.

In an editor's letter by Buy-Side Technology's Tim Bourgaize Murray earlier this year, he highlighted how since the start of the new year Bitcoin has had more positive news than the Swiss franc, a concept which would have seemed almost implausible three years ago.

Yet, even as

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