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Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, has partnered with the Brazilian Federal police to provide training on crypto, blockchain, and anti-money laundering in digital assets.
Binance Provides Training to Brazilian Police
The CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ) posted a tweet on Friday updating the platform’s achievement over the period of the last 48 hours. Among them includes providing crypto training to the Federal police of Brazil, a first-of-a-kind for such a platform.
In a separate report from The National, it was found that Binance Research, which provides professional, data-driven insights and analysis to increase the level of transparency, is going to provide the training on blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Invited guests in the workshop include the Brazilian federal police and other agencies which includes members of global cybercrime experts who will learn together to know more about cryptocurrencies and the industry.
The training overall will last three days covering blockchain, crypto regulations, and AML policies concerning digital assets.
Binance Takes Security Seriously
Binance’s security and investigations team has dealt with many different types of fraud and scams over the years. The platform has also actively monitored and has successfully identified different actors as well as individual accounts associated with criminal and terrorist activity.
The platform has a 150-strong security and investigations team that deals with the toughest security problems. It does so by working across the public and private sectors in addition to a collaborative partnership with law enforcement agencies around the globe.