Exchanges will likely have to collect information about their clients' crypto transactions under new global standards expected in June.
Crypto exchanges in the U.K. pose a “low” risk for money laundering and terrorist financing, says a report from the Financial Action Task Force.
The U.S. House of Representatives has reconsidered a proposed federal task force to investigate cryptocurrencies' use in financing acts of terror.
Cryptocurrencies are ill-suited for terrorist financing, a member of a think tank told the U.S. House of Representatives last week.
Malaysia's central bank is now requiring domestic crypto exchanges to comply with anti-money laundering and know-your-customer mandates.
The European Commission has said that it plans to tighten reporting standards for digital currency exchanges in the region.