Tag Archives: Maltese

CipherTrace Partners with Maltese Regulators to Manage Risk of Financial Crimes

n nn nn CipherTrace, a blockchain analytics company, is partnering with the Republic of Maltas sole financial regulatory agency to ensure that all crypto transactions within the country are free of money laundering and other similar financial crimes.As the Times of Malta reported on March 11, 2019, the Malta Financial Services Authority MFSA has enlisted the help of U.S.-based company ...

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Maltese Financial Regulator Issues Cybersecurity Consultation for Blockchain Industry

Following an IMF report that the growth of blockchain in Malta poses major risks, the MFSA has issued a consultation on cybersecurity guidelines for blockchain industry Cointelegraph.com News

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Maltese Parliament Rejects Claims of Inactivity on Cryptocurrency by Opposition Leader

Malta opposition’s complaints about cryptocurrency approach rejected by parliament Cointelegraph.com News

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Report South Korean Crypto Exchanges Overtake Maltese Ones by Daily Trade Volume

n A recent report by CryptoCompare suggests that South Korean crypto exchanges have overtaken their Maltese counterparts in terms of daily trade volumen CryptScout #BitFeed RSS – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News 24/7

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Report: South Korean Crypto Exchanges Overtake Maltese Ones by Daily Trade Volume

A recent report by CryptoCompare suggests that South Korean crypto exchanges have overtaken their Maltese counterparts in terms of daily trade volume Cointelegraph.com News

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ECB Shuts Down Maltese Bank Over Schemes to Launder Money and Evade US Sanctions

Malta’s Pilatus Bank has been shut down by the European Central Bank (ECB). Its banking license was revoked after its chairman was charged in the U.S. with money laundering and organizing a scheme to evade U.S. sanctions. The bank had also been accused by a murdered journalist of processing corrupt payments. EU authorities now want new powers to crack down on ...

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