Taiwan central bank governor says bitcoin trading should be regulated by anti-money laundering law
TAIPEI (Reuters) – Bitcoin trading should be added into Taiwan’s notification system for money laundering prevention law, Taiwan central bank governor Perng Fai-nan said on Wednesday.
Perng made the remarks while addressing questions from lawmakers in the legislature.
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