EU Crime Reforms Could Hit Virtual Currency Trading

Recently finalised amendments to EU financial crime regulations could capture a broad range of virtual currency businesses, including offline wallet providers and trading platforms, legal experts believe.

After months of negotiations, the European Council and European Parliament reached an agreement late last month to alter the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (4th AMLD), expanding its scope and handing greater power to law enforcement authorities.

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