1. How the E.U. Crypto Crackdown Could Impact U.S. Investors  Motley Fool
  2. The EU declares war on money laundering  DW (English)
  3. European Commission plans to prohibit anonymous crypto transfers and wallets  TechSpot
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One of the big concerns about cryptocurrency is that it could be used to launder money or finance illegal activities. Here's how the E.U. plans to tackle that problem.One of the big concerns about cryptocurrency is that it could be used to launder money or finance illegal activities. Here's how the E.U. plans to tackle that problem.

How the E.U. Crypto Crackdown Could Impact U.S. Investors

Huge sums of money of illegal origin are channeled into the regular economy every year. The EU has now prepared a comprehensive reform in order to crack down on money laundering. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels. Huge sums of money of illegal origin are channeled into the regular economy every year. The EU has now prepared a comprehensive reform in order to crack down on money laundering. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.

The EU declares war on money laundering | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW | 22.07.2021

The European Commission (EC) proposals presented this week aim to protect EU citizens and the EU's financial system by enforcing its anti-money laundering (AML) and countering terrorism...The European Commission (EC) proposals presented this week aim to protect EU citizens and the EU's financial system by enforcing its anti-money laundering (AML) and countering terrorism...

European Commission plans to prohibit anonymous crypto transfers and wallets | TechSpot