Financial crime task force eyeing binding crypto exchange rules: Japan official

TOKYO (Reuters) – International financial crime-fighting group Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will start discussions later this month on introducing binding rules governing cryptocurrency exchanges, a Japanese government official familiar with the …
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