While crypto-assets are intangible, they can still be considered as ‘’property’’ and their value fluctuates significantly. They can also be used to commit fraud, to evade tax, to breach or circumvent financial sanctions, or to launder money. All of this means that they may have relevance to any of the various parts of Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. BCL partner John Binns
writes for Thomson Reuters
exploring if crypto-assets can be seized under Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.