No. You know what happens when a government agency assesses something for threats? They find "threats". And then they declare themselves the almighty rulers of it in order to "protect us" from the "threats". It becomes the purview of the government "for our own good." You know what crypto-currencies actually threaten? The monopoly of the Federal Reserve's fiat currency. That's why the government wants to control crypto-currencies. It's not for your good, it's for theirs. They need to be able to manipulate and inflate a currency to fund our egregious spending and our empire, but you can't print up additional bitcoins (that's also why they're scared of a gold standard - because you can't just make up more gold). This has nothing to do with terrorism and everything to do with control. If they wanted to investigate currency that enables terrorism they would start with the US dollar and the billions in arms sales to Saudi Arabia. That rabbit hole runs DEEP.