Regulation of cryptocurrencies could seek to bring them in line with financial legislation designed to combat money laundering and counter-terrorism, forcing traders to disclose their identities and look to make it more difficult to use bitcoin, Ethereum or others for illegal activities.
21-Year-Old Trader Prosecuted Over Bitcoin Money Laundering - CoinDesk
A cryptocurrency dealer is being prosecuted in the U.S. for allegedly committing 30 counts of money laundering involving bitcoin.
CRA surveyed businesses to find out why they're taking bitcoin ATMs | CBC News
Canada's tax agency commissioned research on businesses that installed bitcoin automated tellers on their premises. The CRA said it wanted to understand “the perceived value it brings to businesses and their customers, and attitudes towards tax compliance in the crypto-commercial sphere.”
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