In this month's Blockchain Law column, we discuss the appeal of using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and its perception that they may offer greater privacy protections for financial transactions. But a recent federal appellate ruling in a Fourth Amendment case suggests this perception may not align with current legal reality.

Robert A. Schwinger explores recent developments in this edition of his New York Law Journal Blockchain Law column.

Read the entire column, A little less privacy: Cryptocurrency transactions under the Fourth Amendment.



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