It’s easy to see why fraudsters have started targeting the crypto market: cryptocurrencies operate with easy, irreversible, and obfuscated transfer of funds across international borders that are difficult to trace. The potential for money laundering, tax evasion, and funding of illicit organizations (just to name just a few) is massive. While crypto has great promise for consumers, it’s also extremely vulnerable—and regulators are paying attention.
Regulators and fraudsters are in a race for the soul of cryptocurrencies. No one knows how soon new regulatory oversight will be in place, but we do know that it’s coming. Yesterday was the best time to get a risk-based program in place to avoid the potential monetary damage of regulatory fines and reputational damage of fraud attacks.
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