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Regulators in the UK and Singapore Announce Digital Asset and Virtual Currency Policies: Is the United States Next?
Category: Anti-Money Laundering , Banking & Finance, Virtual Currencies, Assets and Blockchain Technology
Attorneys practicing in the Digital Asset and Virtual Currency space have already said this will be the year of enforcement actions and regulation in the United States. While we wait for those policies to be announced two major governments, Singapore and the United Kingdom, have issued their…
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Tether Again Demonstrates Cryptocurrencies Ability to Protect Users from Anti-Money Laundering Risks after it Freezes One Million Dollars
Category: Anti-Money Laundering , Virtual Currencies, Assets and Blockchain Technology
Decentralized finance still mystifies many whose only exposure to the financial industry is through traditional financial institutions. Comments heard across holiday dinner tables most likely included one or two references to “that crypto stuff only being for criminals.” While decentralized finance…
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Reporting Requirements under the Corporate Transparency Act may Effect More Entities than Anticipated
Category: Anti-Money Laundering , Banking & Finance, Business
Congress recently passed the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) requiring private companies to disclose their beneficial owners to the United States Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The CTA is designed to ban the anonymous shell companies criminals may use to…
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