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Chainalysis Signs One-Year Data Subscription Deal with the Air Force

The United States government has continued to integrate blockchain and cryptocurrencies into its services. While the government has yet to sign off on any major crypto regulation laws, several agencies have continued seeking help from the industry to bolster their services. The latest agency is the Air Force, which recently signed a data subscription deal with blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis. According to a published draft, the agreement, signed back in May, runs for a year and is worth about $799,000. Preventing Possible Crypto-Related Crime The contract between both parties barely has any information on what it entails. However, a description tab references…

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United States Air Force Spent $800K On Crypto Services By Chainalysis

The United States air force spent more than $800,000 on Chainalysis crypto services, but why does it need the data? Let’s find out in today’s crypto news. The United States Air Force spent a lot of money and agreed a third contract with Chainalysis which details they are paying for the cryptocurrency data subscription. Experts say that the Air Force could be using Chainalysis data in order to preserve national security. The Air force spent $800,000 for the services of the contract which is dated May 19, 2020, and follows two previous contracts from two years ago. The contract is…

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