The Dutch finance minister submitted a series of anti-money laundering measures to the parliament, including the regulation of cryptocurrency

On Monday, Dutch Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra and Minister of Justice and Security Ferdinand Grapperhaus submitted a series of anti-money laundering measures to Parliament. Some of them are: prohibiting cash payments of more than 3,000 euros, supervising cryptocurrencies, and stopping the circulation of 500 euros. Other measures include improving the capacity of anti-money laundering regulator FIU Nederland and other investigative agencies to enable them to investigate reports of more suspicious transactions. Banks will be encouraged to share information about suspicious customers. The Netherlands will advocate the establishment of a European anti-money laundering regulator to better coordinate the fight against this crime at the international level.