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Another Crypto Exchange Discourages the Use of Bitcoin Mixing Services

</header> <strong>The cryptocurrency exchange Binance was recently scrutinized for flagging a customer’s funds because the individual had used a bitcoin mixing application. Now the platform Paxos Global is discouraging the use of crypto mixers after a customer allegedly sent coins to a mixing service.</strong> Also read: Regulatory Roundup: EU-Wide Crypto Regulations, New Rules in Europe, …

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As FATF Regulations Galvanize, Crypto Mixing Applications Are Targeted

</header> <strong>Since the inception of Bitcoin, governments have tried to keep track of all the transactions taking place on the public blockchain. As the years progressed, authorities have shown a distaste for cryptocurrency mixing applications like Coinjoin. On Dec. 19, a Binance customer couldn’t withdraw his bitcoin because the exchange told him he used the …

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McAfee to Launch Decentralized Token Exchange With No Restrictions

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>On the heels of launching his crypto platform, McAfee Magic, the former antivirus software tycoon John McAfee plans to launch a distributed exchange on Monday, October 7. ‘McAfeedex’ will run on the Ethereum blockchain and McAfee insists the exchange will have no restrictions.</strong> Also Read: Protesters Wield Tools of Freedom as Hong …

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FATF-Driven Delistings Capture the Criminalization of Privacy

</header> <strong>The delisting of privacy coins like monero, zcash, and dash is becoming something of a trend in Asia, and could soon expand elsewhere. In the wake of the intra-governmental Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issuing new global standards, Korean exchanges Okex and Upbit have announced they will delist and put warnings on several privacy …

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