Money laundering regulations are too burdensome for the detective art market

By Alexandra Darraby (January 14, 2022, 4:39 PM EST) — Digital reality is profoundly changing the way we experience and interpret the world, and this perception is affecting financial markets and their regulators.

It’s no surprise that the International Monetary Fund focused on virtual assets when it released a comprehensive list of these anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism crimes in October, focusing on markets. virtual, ransomware and crypto-assets.

Ironically, concerns about virtual crime and terrorist financing in the 21st century have pushed back time to antiquity as the trade awaits new art regulations from the US Treasury Department.

A legal summary helps explain how classical antiquity became the target of virtual money…

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