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Coinbase-Backed Anti-Money Laundering Group Expands Into Europe
The Travel Rule Universal Solution Technology (TRUST) has grown its membership to 67 firms.
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Why the EU’s Rushed ‘Travel Rule’ for Crypto Should Be Struck Down
A crypto reporting provision imported from the U.S. likely violates European privacy laws.
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Hurry Up With Crypto ID Checks, FATF Tells Countries
After the potentially privacy-busting "travel rule" for crypto transfers, global standard setters at the Financial Action Task Force have their eyes on DeFi, NFTs and unhosted wallets.
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Coinbase Users in the Netherlands to Face Additional KYC Hurdles When Pulling Crypto off Platform
From June 27, Coinbase customers in that country will have to supply key details about the transaction and the recipient when moving crypto out of the exchange.
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Crypto Custody Firm Qredo Adds Blockchain Analytics to FATF ‘Travel Rule’ Offering
Qredo is bringing its APIs to bear on the global push for crypto AML compliance.
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What's the Crypto 'Travel Rule,' and What Does It Mean for You?
The measure is essential to prevent bad actors from using digital assets to launder money. It affects everyone who dabbles in cryptocurrencies from exchanges to everyday investors.
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Coinbase-Led Travel Rule Group Grows Members, Expands to Canada and Singapore
The original group of founding crypto blue chips has now swollen to over 30, including heavyweights like Binance US, Circle, Robinhood and Paxos.
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EU Crypto Firms Protest ‘Alarming’ Anti-Money Laundering Laws
The companies are joining forces to try to limit the impact of new proposals to identify crypto users and regulate stablecoins.
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Crypto Should Disrupt Current Anti-Money Laundering Practices, Not Adopt Them
Modern know-your-customer, anti-money laundering regulations are ineffective; crypto represents a better option to address this problem.
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Crypto Industry Mobilizes Against Proposed EU Transparency Rules
Crypto advocates were able to sway lawmakers against a provision that could have effectively banned bitcoin in the European Union. Can they do it again?
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