Backed by CipherTrace, TRISA looks to get virtual asset service providers (VASPs) ready for new anti-money laundering rules.
Compliance chief Malcolm Wright led the development of BitMEX’s data storage principles for crypto exchanges.
From shorter consultations to insider comments, recent rumors about U.S. regulation of private crypto wallets have some compelling context.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong publicly voiced concern that the outgoing Trump Administration may ram through onerous new data-collection requirements for crypto exchanges.
Industry players at the Virtual Asset Service Providers Summit urged regulators to rethink their approach in light of DeFi and DEXs.
At an event Monday, FinCEN staffers discussed the “why” of a new proposal that has crypto fans concerned.
South Korea's top financial watchdog wants legal changes making it mandatory for cryptocurrency firms to report the names of customers.
The Travel Rule Protocol working group has published the first version of its TRP API.
The international watchdog has recommended comparing users' age and wealth with their crypto transactions to identify possible criminal activity.
Shyft Network is adding Huobi, Bitfinex and Tether to its crypto-focused anti-money laundering platform as the sector ramps up FATF compliance efforts.
The new bitcoin transaction automatically complies with the FATF Travel Rule and will save intermediaries from doing it all manually.
Crypto businesses seeing strong growth across the 54-country continent are working hard to meet the FATF's anti-money laundering standards.
Crypto companies building solutions to the FATF "Travel Rule" may be creating a new interoperability problem. Netki is offering a fix.
Elliptic and CoolBitX will provide a package of their respective solutions to crypto firms such as exchanges needing to stay in compliance with regulators.