Turkey has added cryptocurrency trading platforms to its list of companies covered by anti-money laundering (AML) and terrorist financing regulations, Reuters reported.
A presidential decree expanded the rules early on Saturday (May 1), and a local report said the rules would take effect immediately and cover “crypto asset service providers” making them responsible for existing regulations, according to Reuters.
Turkey’s central bank last month banned the use of crypto for payments, citing concerns about the risk of transactions, Reuters reported.
In the days that followed, two Turkey-based crypto trading platforms were shut down for separate investigations, according to Reuters. The investigation of one of them, Thodex, resulted in the imprisonment of six suspects.
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Berkshire Hathaway chief executive officer Warren Buffett, who had avoided a bitcoin question earlier, said he had no response to Munger’s comments, according to CNBC.
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