Washington Money Transmitters and Currency Exchanges Assessment Deadline The State of Washington announced today the deadline for Money Transmitters and Cryptocurrency exchanges Annual Assessment, July 2nd 2018. Reports and payments must be filed through the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS) website by July 2nd lest fines and penalties will apply. Washington State has been very active […]
South Carolina Introduces Money Services Division to Govern Money Transmitters South Carolina Office of the Attorney General has just announced yesterday a new division to govern Money Service Businesses and Currency Exchange Businesses. The Attorney General will be the commissioner of the Money Services Division and the law requiring licensing will come into effect May […]
Immediate Release May 08, 2018 WASHINGTON— In a ceremony held at the U.S. Department of the Treasury today, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) recognized the outstanding efforts of law enforcement agencies that successfully used Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) reporting in their criminal investigations. The BSA’s recordkeeping and reporting requirements help to create a financial […]
Decrypting Cryptocurrency Scams: FTC Free Workshop on June 2018 The Federal Trade Commission will host a free to the public ICO workshop titled, “Decrypting Cryptocurrency Scams,” on June 25, 2018 in Chicago’s DePaul University at 1:00 pm Central Time. Registration is not required and the event will be recorded and streamed live here. The event will […]
Japanese regulators have reportedly approved draft amendments to the country's financial instruments and payment services laws, introducing stricter regulations for margin trading of digital assets.A report by local news publication Nikkei Asia […]
Invoicing, B2B payments, early-pay discounting and supplier enablement have traditionally operated in siloed environments, creating inefficiencies, added costs, and missed cash-back rewards, but that’s changing.
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