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Senate Bill Could Open Crypto to U.S. Sanctions, but Industry Trying to Head It Off

“Overall, we’re aligned with the goal of the legislation to cut off funding for foreign terrorist organizations, and I appreciate that it limits coverage to those groups that have ‘knowingly’ facilitated funds to bad actors,” Carbone said, adding that the legislation isn’t entirely bad or good. But the guidelines for identifying violators and the lack of a proportional – perhaps tiered – sanctions system could be problematic, he argued, and he said it puts too much authority in the hands of the U.S. Treasury Secretary.

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