Bitcoin Regulations And Its Implication For Anti- Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing And Sanctions Regime

Rapid technological advancements have led to blockchain technology, which is a secure method of transaction, trade, and record-keeping. Blockchain powers Bitcoin known as Crypto- Coin (CC), a digital currency that uses peer to peer (P2P) transactions to facilitate payments. Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency to be sufficiently integrated on a saf...

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