Australian banks ask questions
Crypto reporter and analyst Alex Saunders has ensured that the nun banks take care of their customers that they use their money before withdrawing money.
Breaking News: Reports Australian banks are now requiring customers provide invoices explaining what the money is being used for when withdrawing cash OR transferring funds electronically. Money in a bank, is not your money. 🏦💰🔐 pic.twitter.com/eEzWVg81IK
— Alex Saunders 🇦🇺👨🔬 (@AlexSaundersAU) March 6, 2020
It also shows screenshots of banks that refuse to honor deposits without naming the source of the funds. Whether the regulatory regulators are the banks that are not known, but those of the KYC rights are often sold without public rights.It is also not known whether these steps involve the constant perception of crypto in the personal public, but it is not important if this is the case. Among the different wars of preserving Bitcoin’s rights and rights Society The relationship of the tax office of the nuns of aggressive people who evade taxes related to crypto. The same has been taken by the anti-money laundering authority AUSTRAC, which calls for licenses from three exchanges to be broader.
Bitcoin and Co. are challenging the banking sector
These rights have called for rights to help violate financial crimes. Banks have a number of KYC and AML law contracts, but these are crypto-space regulations by rights, and since blockchain technology threatens to make a lot of old banking appearances, it also has a lot to offer. Understanding crypto wallets make traditional bank accounts different, disabled rights like Ripple cross-border.