The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international group of 37 nations combating money laundering and terrorism financing, is reportedly preparing global binding rules for cryptocurrency exchanges. Citing an unnamed Japanese government official affiliated with the matter, Reuters is reporting that the international organization will begin discussions on June 24 toward introducing binding rules governing
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