Japan's Financial Services Agency cracks down on exchanges offering anonymous transactions in response to the upcoming FATF review

According to Cointelegraph's signing of the Japanese economic news, the Japan Financial Services Agency (FSA) is cracking down on cryptocurrency exchanges that offer anonymous or weak authentication to users, in response to the fall of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) of the Anti-Money Laundering Division this fall. . It is understood that the FATF will send an investigation department to review the implementation of the FSA anti-money laundering policy, including the policy of cryptocurrency exchanges and other financial services.