Director of Financial Crimes Enforcement Network: Casinos must set requirements for compliance policies related to encrypted assets

According to CoinDesk, at the Anti-Money Laundering Conference in Las Vegas on August 13, Kenneth Blanco, director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), said that when casinos encounter suspicious (renewable virtual currency) activities and influences, When promoting or conducting cyber incidents, they should submit a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR), which has not yet received the expected number of suspicious activity reports. In addition, casinos must set up policies, procedures, internal controls, and risk assessments related to cryptographic assets.