Japan Scrutinizing Crypto Exchanges Ahead of G20 Summit
Japan’s financial watchdog is said to be inspecting crypto exchanges over anti-money laundering measures ahead of June's G20 meeting.
We need to solve the communication problem between crypto projects and regulators to build a healthy ecosystem, writes Shin’ichiro Matsuo.
The Financial Action Task Force has officially ruled that crypto firms worldwide must share client data with each other.
National regulators need to be prepared for the unique risks posed by global stablecoins, the Financial Stability Board says.
The new rules for crypto businesses will be released in June 21 but many regulators are already worried about the repercussions.
The G20 has reaffirmed it will apply standards to counter money laundering and terrorism funding, soon to be finalized by the Financial Action Task Force.