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Court Allows IRS to Investigate Colorado Cannabis Companies

On Oct 28, 2020
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Despite a request for immunity, the IRS is continuing an investigation against a few Colorado-based cannabis companies.

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On Oct 28, 2020
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The investigated parties claim that the IRS is using its authority incorrectly, trying to get "drug crime information" in order to share it with the feds. https://t.co/ZjKkbW30uA
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Court Allows IRS to Investigate Colorado Cannabis Companies

Court Allows IRS to Investigate Colorado Cannabis Companies

Despite a request for immunity, the IRS is continuing an investigation against a few Colorado-based cannabis companies.

IRS Can Audit Cannabis Companies Under New Appeals Court Ruling

IRS Can Audit Cannabis Companies Under New Appeals Court Ruling

The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the authority to obtain… Read More

Inside Chainalysis’ Multimillion-Dollar Relationship With the US Government

Inside Chainalysis’ Multimillion-Dollar Relationship With the US Government

Public records show Chainalysis made more than $10 million in five years from the U.S. government and stands to take in more than $14 million, dwarfing its competitors in the blockchain ...

Illicit crypto transactions are getting more attention from the government

Illicit crypto transactions are getting more attention from the government

The IRS has a strong interest in receiving information from informed whistleblowers about offshore crypto accounts and criminal crypto tax activity.

Bitcoin is Criminals’ ‘Favorite’, Claims Blockchain Forensic; Used in 95% of Crypto Crimes

Bitcoin is Criminals’ ‘Favorite’, Claims Blockchain Forensic; Used in 95% of Crypto Crimes

Bitcoin is the reigning champion of cryptocurrency criminals. That's the conclusion of blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis, which discovered that bitcoin is used in 95% of crypto crimes. ...

Coinbase wants to identify Bitcoin users for DEA, IRS - Decrypt

Coinbase wants to identify Bitcoin users for DEA, IRS - Decrypt

Public records show that US crypto exchange Coinbase wants to sell blockchain analytics software to the U.S. government, including the IRS and DEA.

ICE, IRS Explored Using Hacking Tools, New Documents Show

ICE, IRS Explored Using Hacking Tools, New Documents Show

A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.

The US said federal agents have seized millions of dollars in bitcoin from terrorist groups al-Qaeda and Hamas

The US said federal agents have seized millions of dollars in bitcoin from terrorist groups al-Qaeda and Hamas

Officials said it's the US government's "largest-ever" seizure of cryptocurrency accounts controlled by terrorist organizations.

US government hacking: preliminary findings on the FOIA replies

US government hacking: preliminary findings on the FOIA replies

Privacy and security are both essential to protecting individuals, including their autonomy and dignity. Undermining privacy undermines the security of individuals, their devices and the ...

66% of Coinbase Users Willing to Leave the Exchange Due to Mounting Privacy Concerns

66% of Coinbase Users Willing to Leave the Exchange Due to Mounting Privacy Concerns

Two-thirds of people who use Coinbase are willing to leave the platform following reports that the U.S. exchange plans to sell user data to two government

Recent decisions on tax fines offer ray of hope for cannabis industry around burdens of IRS’ 280E

Recent decisions on tax fines offer ray of hope for cannabis industry around burdens of IRS’ 280E

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision this week not to consider a Colorado Supreme Court ruling on a tax fine - coupled with dissenting opinions in a recent case involving a California medical ...