Dutch authorities arrest two men suspected of laundering millions of euros in cryptocurrency

According to CoinDesk, according to a joint statement issued by global tax enforcement agency J5, tax enforcement officers of the Dutch Financial Intelligence and Investigation Service (FIOD) arrested two men on Monday for allegedly laundering millions of euros in cryptocurrency. FIOD arrested the two Dutch citizens in another investigation on crypto tax evasion, recovered approximately 260,000 anonymous cryptocurrencies and more than 6.6 pounds of gold, and also seized credit cards and debits holding cryptocurrencies and the euro card. It is reported that one of the suspects was accused of using the closed Bitcoin mixing server Bestmixer.io.