A Japanese government official has revealed that the country will ask G20 members to strengthen security measures in an effort to prevent money laundering by way of cryptocurrency. Whether or not Japan will get help from its G20 counterparts, however, remains to be seen. Japan Wants Help, but Probably Won’t Get It Japan will ask its G20 counterparts for help in the fight against digital currency-utilized money laundering, according to a government official with direct
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