Credit Cards Should Not Be Used for Crypto Transactions, Taiwan’s Financial Watchdog Says

Credit Cards Should Not Be Used for Crypto Transactions, Taiwan’s Financial Watchdog Says


The financial regulator of Taiwan has asked local banks not to allow the use of cards for payments in transactions involving cryptocurrencies, local media revealed. The authority says these assets are risky while associated cash flows are hard to monitor.

Taiwanese Regulator Urges Banks Not to Allow Crypto-Related Payments With Bank Cards

Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) has told credit card issuers and banks to effectively prevent their customers from using credit cards as a payment instrument in transactions linked to cryptocurrencies, according to a report published by the business news portal UDN.

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The watchdog is citing the latest crypto market downturn as well as persisting concerns over money laundering risks associated with the virtual assets, which it also describes as highly speculative and extremely

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