The financial crimes watchdog will intensify the monitoring of cryptocurrencies and other crypto assets as it fights to take South Africa off the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) greylist.

The executive manager for compliance and prevention at the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC), Christopher Malan, told Business Times that it is now at the centre of a supervisory policy for crypto assets...

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