Counter Terrorism Financing News
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned U.K. consumers of dealing with 111 unregistered crypto firms, calling it “a very real risk.”
UK regulator warns against 111 unregistered crypto companies... and FOMO
Evidence suggests crypto’s role in terrorism remains relatively minor: “It has not yet become a primary means of terror financing.”
Terrorists still raise money through crypto, but the impact is limited
Agustín Carstens has called for cryptocurrencies to be subject to more regulations while arguing that virtual currencies have not made a significant dent in glo...
Bank of International Settlements head says cryptos require more regulation
The operator of South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has placed restrictions on trading accounts registered in jurisdictions that are deemed to be too l...
Korean crypto exchange Bithumb toughens up its Anti-Money Laundering measures
The Financial Action Task Force is looking to adapt its guidance standards for stablecoins and crypto peer-to-peer transactions.
FATF updates guidance on crypto service providers, calls for public comments
Crypto industry concern mounts ahead of the likely introduction of a bill to ban retail traders from cryptocurrency activities in Hong Kong.
Exchanges warn that Hong Kong's crypto retail trader ban could backfire
U.S. Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism laws: Where will these updates lead the crypto space?
The United States updates its crypto AML/CFT laws