CipherTrace Can Help
CipherTrace’s team of forensic cryptocurrency investigators have extensive experience in conducting large, complex investigations. Our proprietary software identifies links between cryptocurrency addresses and entities, such as criminals, dark markets, mixers, and fiat on and off-ramps. Our retained services can create documentation that serve as actionable intelligence for law enforcement cases against money laundering, narcotics trafficking, terrorism financing, ransomware, and more. CipherTrace provides written, detailed reports on the investigations conducted, which have been utilized and proven in judicial proceedings. Our expert witness services can help in court when it comes time to prosecute and recover assets.
CipherTrace also offers pro bono investigations via the Defenders League—a group of volunteers from colleges and universities around the world trained to trace funds lost in cryptocurrency fraud and theft. With the upward trend of growing crypto theft, scams and fraud, law enforcement is forced to focus on large, high-profile cases while victims of “smaller” losses are often left to their own devices. However, these “smaller” losses can add up to big numbers, damaging trust in the industry. This is why the CipherTrace Defenders League’s services are available pro bono, as it marks a significant step forward toward CipherTrace’s goal of making crypto a safe, trusted and broadly adopted asset class.
Please fill out the form below completely; any missing information can result in a delay in your investigation. The CipherTrace Defenders League has a high volume caseload. As such, please expect two months for any pro bono investigation.
Due to the high-demand for pro-bono investigations, CipherTrace’s Defenders League is unable to take new cases at this time. Current wait times for pro-bono cases recently submitted to the Defenders League is 8-10 months. We appreciate your patience and understanding.