What is the FATF Travel Rule?

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Travel Rule is a global regulation issued in 1996, where it requires all financial institutions to provide additional information when asset transfers occur between more than one institution. This rule is held to prevent money laundering practices globally. In 2019, FATF recommended that the regulation also be applied to digital assets.

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