In the U.S., all eyes are on Joe Biden’s planned appointees, while Europe is seeing progress under a new AML regime.
With the election taking all the air out of the room, we look at what new appointments at the DoJ could mean.
The lightchain-vs.-darkchain dichotomy is counterproductive, and a healthy graychain will produce more valuable crypto assets like Bitcoin.
We are now starting to see the crossover of regulation in the digital asset market and digitalization of the traditional market.
The age-old question “quis custodiet ipsos custodes” crops up in force in today’s Law Decoded.
With new changes to the Travel Rule up for discussion and a bevy of new cases in the courts, it’s time to look at how U.S. AML law is shifting to cope with crypto.
Regulators are addressing the growing threat of transnational cybercrimes in the financial industry.
The proposed change would cut down FinCEN’s longstanding $3,000 threshold.
He stated that he does not “question the reliability and traceability of all blockchain technology,” but denounced crypto.
FinCEN has fined the operator of early crypto mixers Helix and Coin Ninja for Bank Secrecy Act violations.