Summary: Turkey added providers of cryptocurrency assets to the list of institutions that need to abide by money laundering and terrorism-financing regulations, as reported by Bloomberg. The decision will take immediate effect and will make it easier for the financial watchdog to investigate digital-currency holdings, according to a presidential decree published in the Official Gazette on ...

Turkey added providers of cryptocurrency assets to the list of institutions that need to abide by money laundering and terrorism-financing regulations, as reported by Bloomberg.

The decision will take immediate effect and will make it easier for the financial watchdog to investigate digital-currency holdings, according to a presidential decree published in the Official Gazette on Saturday.

By Amy Liu