March 28, 2023

operated cryptocurrency ATMs. These ATMs are not registered with the FCA, which is a legal requirement for any operator of such machines. The FCA has also warned the public against using these unregistered ATMs, as they may be used for money laundering and other illegal activities.
The FCA has been cracking down on unauthorized crypto ATMs since last year, when it first issued a warning to operators to register with the regulator or face legal action. The regulator has also been working with the police to identify and shut down illegal crypto ATMs across the country.
The FCA’s latest action is part of its ongoing efforts to protect consumers from the risks associated with cryptocurrencies, which are not regulated in the same way as traditional financial products. The regulator has previously warned investors about the high risks of investing in cryptocurrencies, which are highly volatile and can be used for illegal activities such as money laundering and terrorism financing.
The FCA has urged anyone who suspects that an ATM is being used for illegal activities to report it to the police or the regulator. The regulator has also advised consumers to only use registered crypto ATMs and to be cautious when investing in cryptocurrencies.
The FCA’s crackdown on illegal crypto ATMs is part of a wider effort by regulators around the world to regulate the cryptocurrency industry and protect consumers from the risks associated with these digital assets.

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