For some, the appeal of using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin includes the perception that they may offer greater privacy protections for financial transactions, including shielding them from law enforcement scrutiny. But a recent federal appellate ruling in a Fourth Amendment case suggests this perception may not align with current legal reality.
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