Japan planning international messaging system for tokens to combat money laundering


The system would be similar to Swift, a Belgium-headquartered network that banks use to share information about financial transactions. The Financial Action Task Force, a 37-country organization that recommends measures to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing, will monitor the network’s development. (Reuters)

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