Category Archive For "AML"
As interoperable blockchain solutions gain traction, many believe that the technology is still relatively nascent and needs more polishing.
Sri Lanka’s central bank has selected a shortlist of three firms to develop a proof-of-concept for a shared Know Your Customer facility using blockchain.
The lack of progressive jurisdictions in which a particularly attractive regime for regulating derivatives exists keeps crypto in a gray area, and it has to be changed.
After the great rise in national crypto regulation in Estonia, the new European Union laws have forced the crypto industry to leave the country.
LocalBitcoins claims that darknet-related transactions on the platforum dropped 70% after it adopted AML and KYC regulations in September 2019.
Abramoff and the founder of AML Bitcoin face charges for fraud in misrepresenting the token’s compliance, with the founder himself facing jail time for money laundering.
A crypto crackdown in Estonia sparks debate on how to create crypto-centric Anti-Money Laundering and Know Your Customer policies.
Binance Korea will be using an anti-money laundering solution developed by Coinfirm, as the country requires a high level of regulatory compliance for crypto.
Using regulation to one’s advantage is the main factor of an innovative fintech business. The best way to achieve it is closely monitoring the shifting regulatory landscape.
A U.S. think tank working towards a digitized dollar has released a white paper detailing inaugural aims and use cases for a central bank digital currency.
The head of the agency that enforces the Bank Secrecy Act and KYC requirements in the U.S. says the agency aims to help crypto innovate responsibly.
As FATF’s purported deadline for the travel rule is just a few weeks away, crypto regulation expert Siân Jones argues that its adoption could take years.
A newly unearthed report from South Korea’s financial watchdogs has revealed the rationale behind the country’s 2018 crypto crackdown.