Anti-money laundering acts amended to regulate virtual currencies
Taipei, Nov. 2 (CNA) The Legislative Yuan passed amendments Friday to existing anti-money laundering and terrorism financing prevention laws that regulate transactions of virtual currencies such as bitcoin to help combat online financial crimes.
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