As a cutting-edge tool for law enforcement professionals and agencies around the world, Blockchain Intelligence Group (BIG) has been developing its QLUE platform to aid in the fight against financial crimes involving Bitcoin. QLUE incorporates various techniques and advanced search algorithms to detect suspicious activity within Bitcoin transactions, use of “Dark Web” tools such as Tor, and other methods commonly employed by criminals to cover illegal activity.
President, Shone Anstey stated:
” As a pro-Bitcoin company, our mandate is to help eliminate abuse of the Bitcoin network. At this time, I would like to thank our development team for their hard efforts and work bringing this version to fruition. Also, we would like to welcome Michael Perklin to our advisory board, and we thank Michael for his advice and feedback during this current product development phase.”
Michael is Chief Information Security Officer at ShapeShift, A Bitcoin, and digital asset exchange operating out of Switzerland. Michael has been invited to speak internationally on topics including digital forensics, information security, and Bitcoin security.
Blockchain Intelligence Group is headquartered in Vancouver, BC, Canada. As a developer of Blockchain technology solutions, search and data analytics, BIG’s proprietary platform will globally target Governments, Law Enforcement and the Fintech sector. For more information visit: www.blockchaingroup.io
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