Estonia’s New AML Laws Set to Crackle the Crypto Industry By Cointelegraph

Starting in February, Estonia is set to introduce sweeping changes to its definition of Virtual Asset Service Providers, or VASPs, to include several cryptocurrency-related services – a move that could have an impact (BTC) property in the country – according to to the European compliance specialist Sumsub.

On September 21, the Estonian Ministry of Finance released a bill to update the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Act (Anti-Money Laundering Act) as part of the government’s efforts to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.

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