Anti-FinTer will improve law enforcement capabilities, increase capacity and develop expertise in the area of terrorist financing associated with activities in:

  • Dark Web – the term dark web refers to encrypted online content that is not indexed by conventional search engines;
  • Crypto-assets – a crypto asset (cryptocurrency) is part of digital currencies (all electronic money);

  • New Payment Systems – a payment system is any system used to settle financial transactions through the transfer of monetary value;

  • Darknet Marketplaces – darknet markets are dark web black markets that offer illicit goods for sale, often using cryptocurrencies as a method of payment.

Project partners

Financial crime investigation service of Lithuania will implement this project together with 9 organizations from 8 Member States of EU - Portugal, Austria, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Ireland, Bulgaria and Netherlands.

Project coordinator

Austrian Institute of Technology

Project duration

24 months

Project funding

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Internal Security Fund – Police Programme under under grant agreement No. 101036262.


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Last updated: 25-08-2023