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According to a contract acquired by the monitoring organization Tech Inquiry, the Coinbase Tracer analytics platform would offer the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) data about crypto users, including their "previous geo-tracking data" and transaction history.
The contract provides further information regarding the three-year agreement between the cryptocurrency exchange and ICE, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's law enforcement arm (DHS). The Intercept initially revealed the story.
A Coinbase official disputed that the data given by the analytics program constituted the exchange's client information.
“All Coinbase Tracer features use data that is fully sourced from online, publicly available data, and do not include any personally-identifiable information for anyone, or any proprietary Coinbase user data,” a representative told CoinDesk.
The contract, inked in September for a maximum of $1.37 million, is one of several modest agreements between Coinbase and U.S. government entities. In August of 2021, Coinbase inked a $29,000 contract with ICE to provide the agency with analytics software licenses. In April 2021 and May 2020, Coinbase sold the United States Secret Service licenses for Coinbase Tracer, which were valued at less than $50,000 each.
Coinbase Tracer, known initially as Coinbase Analytics, has previously been the subject of criticism. The exchange division responsible for the software’s development emerged from Coinbase’s 2019 acquisition of blockchain intelligence firm Neutrino, whose executive team previously worked for a startup that sold spyware to several governments, including Saudi Arabia, which is notorious for human rights violations.