Japan will urge G20 to step up on preventing cryptocurrencies for money laundering, says government official

“Discussions will focus on anti-money laundering steps and consumer protection, rather than how cryptocurrency trading could affect the banking system,” one of the officials said. Japan will urge its G20 counterparts at a meeting next week to beef up …
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