Category Archive For "FATF"
FATF’s deadline for crypto AML adoption is looming, and several counties have implemented the rules. But how are crypto firms coping under the new regime?
Ukrainian authorities will be able to “block crypto wallets” in order to seize illegally obtained assets, a notice from the country’s Ministry of Finance says
According to CipherTrace, major U.S. banks unwittingly process billions of dollars from crypto-related business because they are ill-equipped to identify virtual asset service providers
How to comply with anti-money laundering regulations while preserving user privacy was a major topic of conversation at this conference
Former FATF members join the board of advisors of a blockchain firm that wants to implement solutions to the FATF travel rule for virtual asset service providers
Bitpanda Exchange CEO said the crypto industry will face up to the FATF’s travel rule: “The effects on the industry will be immense, but the industry will cope with that and adopt”
15 countries, including the G7, will reportedly create a system for tracking crypto transactions to prevent its illicit uses under FATF guidance
The Japanese government is attempting to spearhead the creation of a new, global cryptocurrency payments network that would be similar to SWIFT
Not everyone is happy about the FATF’s new rule. Cointelegraph investigates some challenges from both technical and philosophical standpoints
On June 21, the Financial Action Task Force will reportedly publish a note clarifying how participant nations should exercise oversight for the digital assets sector
Russia is delaying the adoption of its crypto regulation due to a FATF requirement to legislate terms such as “bitcoin” and “crypto”
The Financial Action Task Force has updated its guidelines on digital assets, providing requirements to combat money laundering and terrorism financing