Bitcoin gaming platform Chopcoin shuts down due to new EU anti-money laundering regulations

Bitcoin gaming platform Chopcoin was shut down due to a new anti-money laundering directive (AMLD5 regulation) implemented by the European Union, with 305,000 users. The article states that there may be more cryptocurrency companies affected by the AMLD5 regulations. According to previous news, as a result of the new regulations, Bitcoin payment startup Bottle Pay was closed on December 13th, and Dutch cryptocurrency mining platform Simplecoin will be closed on January 1, 2020.