RAND Corporation: Terrorists are generally reluctant to use digital currency

According to foreign media reports, RAND has studied the use of digital currency as a cross-border payment instrument by terrorists. The study found that terrorists are reluctant to use digital currency due to the complexity of some technologies and uses. Terrorists believe that digital currency is not completely anonymous, lacks the infrastructure of transactions, and is often attacked by hackers. Research suggests that the professionalism of digital currency trading is a big obstacle.