Tag Archives: AML

Trace Mayer Wants Bitcoin to Go Dark in 2017 for Price to Spike
  One of the biggest development hurdles that Bitcoin expert and entrepreneur Trace Mayer wants the digital currency to overcome in 2017, in order for [...]
In the Blockchain Game, Reaction Time is a Fundamental Competitive Advantage
  If you are a CEO you need to assess whether Blockchain is an opportunity and/or a threat. But then getting their attention is hard enough. Quite [...]
Blockchain and Coinify Partner to Offer Improved Bitcoin Wallet Funding Options
  Blockchain, a prominent bitcoin wallet service provider with over 50 percent in market share and nearly 10 million wallet users, secured a strategic [...]
Australia Will Regulate Bitcoin Exchanges Under AML Laws
  The Australian government is looking to update its anti-money laundering laws to include bitcoin and other digital currency exchanges. According to [...]
ECB to EU: Tighter Regulations, Less Anonymity on Digital Currencies
  The European Central Bank (ECB) has given its long-awaited opinion on proposed regulations on digital currencies, including bitcoin. The bank also [...]
Interview: Dash and Coinfirm on Digital Currency Compliance Partnership
  The effective management of regulatory requirements is vital to the continued advancement of the digital currency industry. Dash, a privacy-centric, [...]
Europol Starts Group to Study Cryptocurrency Launderers
  he European Union’s law enforcement agency, Europol, announced the establishment of a working group on money laundering with digital currencies. [...]
Blockchain AML and Compliance From Coinfirm and Billon Partnership
  Coinfirm and Billon have announced that they are to implement compliance solutions for blockchain, digital currency payments and future financial [...]
Florida Appeals Espinoza Decision, Bitcoin’s Status at Stake
  The state Florida made headlines when Miami-Dade’s Circuit Judge Teresa Mary Pooler tossed out anti-money-laundering charges against website [...]
Centralized Exchanges are “Honeypots for Thieves”, Says Expert
  Hackers exploit the middleman in centralized exchanges which is a central point of failure. No hacker can penetrate Bitsquare’s decentralized [...]