Navigating Evolving Crypto Regulations

MRC Vegas 2023
GeoComply, Clifford Chance
Mar 08, 2023

In the U.S. -and around the world- cryptocurrency regulations are evolving quickly. As adoption increases and transacting with cryptocurrency becomes a new normal, lawmakers and regulators aim to create regulations that will protect consumers and mitigate new threats and risks. With the borderless nature of cryptocurrency, regulators have recognized that where a customer is transacting from is essential. Regulators in the U.S. and globally have recognized the importance of geolocation as part of any platform's sanctions compliance program, risk-management system, and financial crime prevention. After all, can you “know your customer” if you don’t know where they really are?   

In this session, you’ll gain a better understanding of evolving cryptocurrency regulations and why geolocations matter more than ever as well as how leveraging geolocation can help you start accepting crypto on your platform. 

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