Tether trials Notabene’s new travel rule technology to combat financial crimes

Tether trials Notabene’s new travel rule technology to combat financial crimes

The "Travel Rule" aims to bring reporting standards for virtual asset service providers in line with other traditional financial institutions. Tether Operations Limited, the firm operating the Tether (USDT)-centric platform tether.to, announced today that it will use Notabene, an end-to-end solution for cryptocurrency Travel Rule compliance.Tether will begin testing Notabene's cross-border transaction monitoring system for virtual asset service providers (VASPs) to combat financial crimes such as money laundering.Notabene is a new technology for monitoring cryptocurrency transactions in....


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