Dutch arrest man linked to currency mixer Tornado Cash

 Dutch financial prosecutors say they have arrested a man suspected of “hiding criminal financial flows and facilitating money laundering” via cryptocurrency mixer Tornado Cash.   A 29-year-old man was arrested  in Amsterdam by the Financial Prosecutor's Office on August 10, FIOD said in a statement on Friday. Digital assets, including potential funds and legally obtained funds, allow owners of illegally obtained  assets to disguise the origin of stolen funds.   FIOD's Financial Advanced Cyber ​​Team launched an investigation into Tornado Cash in June. The    team said in a statement that Tornado Cash was “used to hide large-scale criminal financing flows, including  (online) cryptocurrency theft.”   Some of the alleged criminal funds were allegedly stolen by hackers linked to North Korea.   Earlier this month, the US Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Tornado Cash. Tornado Cash has allegedly helped  launder more than $7 billion worth of cryptocurrencies since its incepti