Estonia’s new AML legal guidelines set to clamp down on crypto business By Cointelegraph

Starting in February, Estonia is ready to introduce sweeping modifications to its definition of Digital Asset Service Suppliers, or VASPs, to incorporate a number of cryptocurrency-related providers — a transfer that would affect (BTC) possession within the nation — in accordance to European compliance specialist Sumsub.

On Sept. 21, the Estonian Ministry of Finance printed a draft invoice to replace the Cash Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act (the AML Act) as a part of the federal government’s effort to forestall cash laundering and terrorist financing.