Europol, the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation, seized the assets of cryptocurrency mixer ChipMixer on 15 March, alleging its involvement in money laundering. The agency confiscated 1,909.4 Bitcoin, valued at $46 million, and shut down the ChipMixer website after seizing four servers hosting the application. Europol claimed that since its establishment in 2017, the unlicensed crypto mixer laundered over 2.73 billion euros. The funds were connected to various criminal cases within and outside the EU, including darkweb markets, ransomware groups, illicit goods trafficking, child sexual exploitation material, and stolen crypto assets.