G20 countries will gather June 8-9 in Japan. They will discuss ways of international crisis management aimed at countering money laundering. So reports Cointelegraph, citing local media.
According to the publication, heads of central banks and finance ministers of participating countries will arrive at the meeting. Together, they will have to create a legal framework to counter money laundering and terrorist financing through cryptocurrency.
Probably, the final version of the new rules will be adopted in the same place. The main objective of the new regulatory measures will be the fight against the anonymity of cryptocurrency payments. So, the G20 intends to demand more serious measures to identify the users of digital assets. Regulators intend to make cash flow open and accountable. That in itself is no longer "crypto".
Recall that in December last year, the Big Twenty discussed the possibility of taxing international cryptocurrency payments.