Cointelegragh today published a summary article on the enforcement of encrypted cybercrime. The article points out that in 2019, cyber attacks in the cryptocurrency industry are on the rise, while hardware is still vulnerable, and high-profile data leaks are becoming more common. On the world stage, most of the work against cryptocurrency-related crimes is carried out by Interpol and Europol. Organizations at this level have access not only to the entire cryptocurrency market infrastructure, but also to exchanges, Build relationships with brokers, developers and other key industry players. Interpol's response to international crypto crimes can be traced back to 2015. Since then, institutions have carefully studied cryptocurrency crimes and established the Interpol Global Innovation Center to explore new technologies used by cybercriminals.