The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) would like crypto exchangers to give information of users to each other, whenever funds are transferred between firms, to display a growing number of unlawful activities supported under the appearance of the global cryptocurrency industry.

The organization wants cryptocurrency operators to establish the identity behind senders and recipients, complete proper due diligence to ensure there are no illicit activities, and develop risk-based programs and more.

This marks the first worldwide regulatory attempt to constrain this growing sector. They will give countries one year to adopt the guidelines, with a review set for June 2020.

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