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Any validity to this:
I'm not sure how it'd be possible. Each Monero transaction is basically a sender, a receiver, and a transaction amount, and each of those elements has a different gimmick obscuring it: "ring signatures", "stealth addresses", and "confidential transactions".According to Jevans, Monero tracing takes a different approach than Bitcoin tracing tools, and the results aren't quite as definite. Still, it gives law enforcement something that they can cross-reference with other data and resources to help conduct investigations.
"You can't be as deterministic as Bitcoin," he said. "In tracing Monero, it's really more of a probabilistic game. You can say: Well, I have 98% probability that this went from this address to this address, or 78%, or that type of thing. It takes a different approach, rather than [saying]: I'm going to guarantee everything is perfect..."