Mexican Regulator: 12 Cryptocurrency Exchanges Are Operating Illegally

Mexican Regulator: 12 Cryptocurrency Exchanges Are Operating Illegally

Santiago Nieto Castillo, leader of the UIF, the Mexican financial regulator, has issued an alert that 12 cryptocurrency exchanges are operating illegally in the country. The regulator is now producing the necessary data for Mexican authorities to act against these exchanges. The institution receives information from 23 registered cryptocurrency exchanges reporting users’ transactions. Mexican Regulator on the Hunt for Unregulated Exchanges The Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF), the Mexican financial regulator, issued an alert about 12 cryptocurrency exchanges that are operating....


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