The bank warns its investors that cryptocurrencies could hamper its ability to comply with anti-money-laundering regulations, among other dangers.
Tracking funds on the blockchain may help catch crooks, but such snooping undermines one of the most important characteristics of money: Fungibility.
If OFAC turns its eye toward cryptocurrencies, it could be only a matter of time before it makes an example of one or more entities to send a message.
Regulators want cryptocurrency exchanges to know who their customers are – but that requires these companies to collect very sensitive information.
The challenges of digital identity, AML/KYC and common technical standards must be overcome to deliver on the promise of blockchain technology.
During a speech Friday, a member of US Congress called for tighter anti-money laundering controls for cryptocurrencies.
A pair of US senators have filed a new anti-money laundering bill aimed at beefing up oversight of digital currency activities.
The Australian government is looking to update its anti-money laundering laws to include bitcoin and other digital currency exchanges.
How does bitcoin shape our perception of privacy in the digital age? Chainalysis co-founder Jonathan Levin explores.
After an eventful 2015 for bitcoin and the blockchain, what’s in store on the regulatory and enforcement front in 2016?