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EU AMLA to Establish HQ in Frankfurt Germany
2 days ago
慢雾 SlowMist
慢雾 SlowMist
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With the start of the new year, the new version and upgrade of Slow Mist AML (https://aml.slowmist.com) is online. In the tide of the digital economy, money laundering crimes have become increasingly obscure, and have shown a trend of cross-regional, cross-industry, specialization and gang development. The ingenuity and concealment of criminal methods have posed severe challenges to anti-money laundering work. Due to the "information island" phenomenon, each institution can only rely on its own simple data for analysis, and it is difficult to accurately identify cross-institutional money laundering gangs. This undoubtedly brings greater difficulties to the tracking of digital assets. Based on this, SlowMist has fully upgraded and launched SlowMist AML (https://aml.slowmist.com), which is committed to better detecting the behavior of cybercriminals and further ensuring the security of user digital assets. While SlowMist AML ensures the security of digital assets, it also provides professional services in multiple fields: 1. Web3 industry: Promote industry compliance, help build trust, and protect companies from financial crimes; 2. Financial institutions: Help traditional financial institutions improve their anti-money laundering capabilities in the direction of cryptocurrency; 3. Regulatory units: Assist in formulating industry standards, establishing safe markets and maintaining financial stability; 4. Compliance department: Help discover and analyze financial risks on the chain and prevent cryptocurrency-related crimes. SlowMist has been deeply involved in the field of cryptocurrency anti-money laundering for many years, and has formed a complete and efficient solution covering the three aspects of compliance, investigation and audit, actively helping to build a healthy ecological environment for cryptocurrency

5 days ago
鹏币生辉story
鹏币生辉story
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Crypto’s money laundering risks may need to be explicitly included in China’s anti-money laundering law. Experts say that the money laundering problem of virtual assets is currently the most important, most urgent, and most necessary problem to be solved at the legal level. You may often see these two crimes later: the crime of covering up and concealing criminal proceeds, the crime of proceeds, and the crime of trust. The difference lies in three aspects: subjective knowledge, criminal status, and standard of proof. Specific to the currency circle, the more common situations are: 🔹After the bank card was frozen many times, he continued to buy and sell virtual currencies; 🔹Buying and selling virtual currencies in the market at obviously abnormal prices; 🔹Lending your account after real-name authentication on the exchange to help others trade or cash out; 🔹Receive tasks in social groups such as Telegram groups to help others pay orders and receive rewards... Retail investors currently do not have much risk in personal transactions. The only thing that needs to be noted is that in China, from a certain perspective, the power of investigation is very powerful, and the determination of "subjective knowledge" will be relatively vague. It is best to minimize the number of deposits and withdrawals.

25 days ago
小烏鴉Max
小烏鴉Max
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[China will launch revised cryptocurrency anti-money laundering regulations in 2025] China plans to make its first major revision to its anti-money laundering (AML) regulations since 2007, aiming to cover cryptocurrency-related transactions. The revision comes in response to calls for stricter regulation of the emerging cryptocurrency industry. According to a report by Bloomberg News, the amendment was proposed by the Prime Minister at the State Council Executive Meeting and has been included in the 2023 legislative work plan and is expected to become law in 2025. Wang Xin, a professor at Peking University Law School, emphasized during the discussion that solutions to the problem of cryptocurrency money laundering are urgent at the legal level. The current Chinese law lacks a clear definition of digital assets. Although the new revised draft covers the prevention of money laundering of digital assets, it lacks specific guidance on operations such as seizure, freezing and confiscation. Since China imposed a blanket ban on the use of cryptocurrencies in 2021, mainland users have found their way into the crypto market, resulting in increased money laundering risks. The new revised regulations aim to impose stricter regulations on these activities. #鴉快訊 #内容挖矿

25 days ago
黄粱一梦
黄粱一梦
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On January 31, the crypto market was affected by the further tightening of global control over cryptocurrencies, and cryptocurrencies fell. As of the deadline, BTC fell by about 1.66% to around $42,660; ETH fell by 1.52% to around $2,305; SOL fell by 4.8% to around $99.7. On January 30, the German police temporarily seized approximately 2.17 billion U.S. dollars and 50,000 BTC in a piracy enforcement operation, and are currently investigating its commercial money laundering behavior; on January 30, according to the Financial Times report , the Metropolitan Police revealed for the first time that more than 60,000 BTC had been seized from a major Chinese investment fraud scheme (the case occurred in 2018). On January 31, in order to prevent digital financial risks, my country’s anti-money laundering laws were overhauled for the first time. The crime of virtual asset money laundering will be included in it, making it clear that my country will prohibit providing or receiving services for virtual currencies. Although my country has been "prohibiting" domestic crypto trading, mining and other related businesses since 2017, it has only stayed at "verbal orders" and tightened relevant "connecting agency controls" (banks, electricity bills, etc.). The addition of it to the Anti-Money Laundering Law means that the era of "ambiguity" will be gone forever, and the enforcement of encryption-related transactions will become law-based. Although it will not be finally signed into law until after 2025, it will have a huge and irreversible negative impact on the crypto market. You know, our country has always been an important part of global crypto market transactions.

25 days ago
Imed Angel
Imed Angel
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🇪🇺 The European Union Banking Supervision Authority is expanding anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing measures to include cryptocurrency companies.

about 1 month ago
MarsBit News
MarsBit News
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I can't understand the American magic operation. On February 16, according to "Bitcoin Magazine", Bitcoin's competitor, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, suddenly made a 180-degree turn on Bitcoin. Switch from an oppositional stance to a supportive stance. It surprised many industry media and even shocked them. After spending years denigrating Bitcoin as a currency commonly used by criminals, terrorists and climate change deniers, Senator Elizabeth Warren is expected to raise a flag over the Capitol on the 15th anniversary of Bitcoin's release, reports say. By New York A commemorative flag unveiled by the city council to pay tribute to Satoshi Nakamoto. Elizabeth Warren is a Massachusetts Democrat. has been one of the fiercest critics of Bitcoin in the Senate. Last year, she spearheaded the introduction of bills such as the Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act, which aims to restrict financial institutions from using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to conduct illegal transactions. "Coindesk" reports that given the senator's anti-Bitcoin record, this week she appeared to sign an official order to fly a flag over the U.S. Capitol in memory of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. Shocked. However, some people believe that this sudden incident seems to be just a clever stunt by Bitcoin supporters. While some critics celebrated Elizabeth Warren's endorsement, social media sleuths were quick to point out that anyone could pay to have a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol by filling out a form on the senator's website

9 days ago

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