Global money-laundering watchdog, the Financial Action Task Force, has said it will draw up rules for cryptocurrency regulation by next summer.
The Financial Action Task Force reportedly aims to develop compulsory rules for the world's cryptocurrency exchanges.
The world's economic leaders are seeking a globally coordinated policy on cryptocurrencies. This could take a while. But that may be just as well.
The international Financial Action Task Force has said it will step up its efforts in monitoring the use of cryptocurrencies in money laundering.
Bitcoin may pose a risk for terrorist financing, according to a new report from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
Digital currency exchanges and gateways need to be tightly regulated to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing, says the latest FATF report.
The Financial Action Task Force has published a paper examining the money-laundering and terrorist-financing potential of cryptocurrencies.