The British think tank also suggests the creation of a registry of stolen or fraudulent NFTs, which mimics the Art Loss Register in the traditional art world. 

What’s more, RUSI is not the only British organization aware of the money laundering risks associated with these kinds of tokens. 

Earlier this year, a spokesperson for the London Metropolitan Police’s Arts and Antiques Unit told Decrypt they were “very much aware” of these risks, and that blockchain technology “allows ultimate beneficial owners to conceal their identity,” the spokesperson said