Nigeria’s Central Bank (NCB) skeleton to umpire Bitcoin, focusing on Anti-Money Laundering and Financing of Terrosims (AML/FT). This information was released in the Anti Money Laundering/Combating Financial Terrosims Stakeholders Consultative Workshop that took place in a collateral of Nigeria (Abuja).
One of a speakers of a eventuality was Mr. Okwu Joseph Nnana, emissary administrator of Financial System Stability during NCB. Mr. Nanna settled that practical currencies could be dangerous given that thay are not a authorised proposal of any nation and has no borders and no jurisdictions, creation easier to refine money.
On a other hand, Obot Akpan, deputy executive of Financial Policy and Regulation Department during Nigeria’s Central Bank commented that a Financial Action Task Force (FAFT) beheld that “virtual banking remuneration products and services benefaction an event for income laundering and other crime risk that contingency be identified and mitigated. Virtual currencies benefaction a far-reaching operation of issues and hurdles that need financial authorities to cruise and a hurdles acted are singular and call for obligatory regulator responses”. This comments were done following a FATF’s report , that states that practical banking exchangers should be controled and monitored in sequence to forestall income laundering and financing of terrorism.