The beginning of 2020 was quite stressful for most cryptocurrency exchanges. On January 10, 2020, the 5th Anti Money Laundering (AML) Directive took effect. Some platforms announced their closure, while some threw all their strength into the struggle to meet the new requirements. This article will tell you how to win this battle.
In an effort to prevent illegal activities that go with blockchain and crypto, Republic of San Marino has come up with a decree aiming at creating strong anti-money laundering regulation (AML) in relation to the distributed ledger technology (DLT), so as to standardize the technology, and further evaluate all potential scenarios in Italy.
The executive body of the Irish Government – the Cabinet, officially approved a bill giving effect to the EU Fifth Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directive, according to a Thursday, January 3, 2019 report by the Irish Times.
Nowadays, it is very important for traders to play according to the rules imposed by crypto market regulators. Given the taxation of digital currency revenue and strict anti-money laundering (AML) policy, one needs to do everything possible in order to safeguard their funds.
Given the risks associated with money laundering, one of the largest companies on the American financial market, Citigroup, has decided to hire a couple of cryptocurrency-educated workers. Potential candidates possessing a so-called Bitcoin Professional Certification (BPC) are of greater preference.
It was reported on AtoZForex on March 14, 2018, that the Japanese government will initiate a discussion at the G20 annual summit in Buenos Aires on March 19-20 to develop a unified anti-money laundering (AML) plan for cryptocurrency markets.
A new Committee concerning blockchain use has been set up by both the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) and Gaming Standards Association Europe (GSA Europe) according to an announcement GSA made at ICE Totally Gaming, where the organization celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Ignite is pleased to announce its engagement with Coinfirm and its AML/CTF Platform. Coinfirm will ensure that Ignite will stay fully compliant with AML regulation during its ICO commencing at 18:00 UTC on 15th January.