Art Has a Money Laundering Problem. NFTs Could Make It Worse 

In 2018, the IMF estimated that the legitimate art market was worth around $68 billion. At the time, the UN claimed the illicit art market was worth roughly $6 billion. And according to Jordan Arnold, chief innovation officer and global chair of private client services at risk and compliance firm K2 Integrity, the problem is likely to get worse as new art mediums such as NFTs emerge.

Source: Art Has a Money Laundering Problem. NFTs Could Make It Worse – Decrypt

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