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Mercuryo Mar 2
Check out why the new EU directive is good for crypto payments
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Simon Bowers Jan 14
Hmm. Last Friday was supposed to mark the end of corporate secrecy in Europe🎉 EU countries should all now have publicly-accessible registers showing the true owners of companies But there was no champagne. No trumpets🎺🍾 Why ? ?🤷‍♀️ THREAD1/8
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Int'l Law Matters Feb 25
The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive will soon go into effect and it will inadvertently boost the industry in the EU. Under the new directive, cryptocurrency-related companies will be treated like any other business.
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Sjors Provoost Dec 16
Replying to @finhstamsterdam
In a transition proposal they fully admit that a permit system goes beyond what requires. They want companies to *register* before January 10th, which is all the directive asks, and then proceed to get them a permit within 2 years. No word about future entrants of course.
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NEXT.exchange (In Early Access!) Jan 27
The key concept of our business is the connection of the world of traditional and digital finance, adhering to both a being regulated (following ) and having open transactions approach based on technology.
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ArtAML Jul 1
When assessing the risk associated with the way in which a customer obtains their services, Art Market Participants should consider a number of factors. Click through to find out what these are➡️➡️➡️
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Juan Llanos Dec 16
“When the laws come into effect, we would be forced to require you, the users, to identify yourselves for purposes."
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BeInCrypto Mar 23
The newest goes further in boosting protections for the and industry
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Simon Lelieveldt May 20
If you didn't register yet with DNB as a crypto company, you are now officially too late. Welcome to the Netherlands where today we implemented the in the Wwft for a fee of 34K plus unknown add-on to be paid later. 'Where the future of tomorrow is being made today.'
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BeInCrypto Feb 23
Thanks to the new , banks canot simply ban related services, they must provide a valid justification
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Andrea Servida Jun 19
“a remote business relationship or the remote identification of an occasional client is not qualified as representing a high risk any more necessitating complementary vigilance measures; but...” 1/2
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Alex "Libertas" Smith Feb 25
There is a lot of negative talk about and crypto, but there will also be some positives, especially when it comes to how banks treat these businesses.
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$TheWildCard Jan 9
in Europe updates today this update is specifically for virtual/crypto currencies, anybody using their coin illegally you'll be top of the list. Just like Satoshi said :)) 33 tokens available, grab them quick... these go like hotcakes :)
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ID-Pal Mar 12
Adrian Whelan from Brown Brothers Harriman gives his view on and what this means for the financial industry - an excellent fireside chat with Sinead McDonald (Head of Compliance at Information Security Assurance Services) -
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Lykke Jan 16
Lykke Introduces Account Levels in Accordance with the EU's Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive
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ᎮᎪᎱᏒᏐᏲᎥᎿᏫ ❤Ƀ Apr 24
Fuck , fuck , fuck and thank you much for killing . Thank you, take care and stay safe , stay humble, stack sats!
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BTCMANAGER May 6
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Teana Baker-Taylor Jan 21
My thoughts on , and the breaking dawn of multi-jurisdictional regulatory regimes in today’s Insider
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David {scotch maximalist} Jan 3
Replying to @bearishbulltard
As far as I know every exchange offering either fiat-to-crypto or custodial wallets will be impacted. This means Binance is cucked twice.
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Sjors Provoost Dec 13
Replying to @MrHodl
It's double edged sword. The exception for non-custodial wallets in buys the ecosystem some time. But eventually I expect the EU and other places to crack down on non-custodial as well, especially apps, since those just require 1 phone call to get rid of.
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