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The Japan STO Association announced that it had issued new regulatory guidelines to protect customer assets and privacy, take effect on 1 May, 2020
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has rated US’ steps against money laundering and terror financing with cryptocurrency as “largely compliant.”
Canada's financial watchdog is preparing to tighten its crypto regulations before the June 2020 deadline set by the Financial Action Task Force.
The Hong Kong authorities adopt FATF crypto regulations style-recommended anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) compliances.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore, MAS enforces New AML Crypto Regulations (Payment Services Act) which has come into force.
AMLD5 has come into effect yesterday and has to be transposed into national law. But what does it mean? How will it affect European crypto exchanges?
In a joint statement, SEC, FinCEN and CFTC, announced that crypto-currency companies including exchanges must register under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).
Crypto exchange OKEx will delist five privacy coins as of the 10th of October. The decision has been taken as these coins “violate” the FATF’s “travel rule.
Following the recent Facebook Libra hearing on Capitol Hill, lawyer's Marco Santori tweet summed up the core Facebook Libra coin’s problems.
During a recent press conference, the U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin voiced the Trump administration’s concerns with Facebook Libra and Bitcoin.