The lack of a dedicated legal regime for digital assets in Turkey has been cited by the Financial Action Task Force as the last remaining area of non-compliance for the country.
The governor of the State Bank of Pakistan believes that a state-back digital rupee can bring two-fold benefits to the country.
Ireland will impose anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism requirements for digital currency firms starting April 2021.
Dr. Marcus Pleyer, deputy director general at the German Federal Ministry of Finance, started his two-year term as FATF president on July 1.
Digitex's show of defiance against international financial laws may be bold, but the conditions that allowed many platforms to fly under the radar in years past may not last for long.
The National Assembly of South Korea’s legislation and judiciary committee approved the bill, following a series of delays and setbacks.
The International Monetary Fund has told the central bank of the Philippines to begin collecting data from local crypto exchange users.
The Senate is concerned that forcing all Australian people away from cash may push unlawful criminal activity into alternative methods like cryptocurrencies.
Westpac has failed to monitor money laundering and terrorism financing risks for movement of funds into and out of Australia.