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As Online Gambling Grows, So Does the Financial Crime Risk

Online casinos are attractive targets for criminals. The AGA publishes best practices for AML compliance. Smaller online gambling startups don't know they need an anti-money-laundering program. U.S. law enforcement hasn't been active in policing online casinos. In Malta, an online company was fined $384,000 for not properly checking where customers were getting money. UK. Gambling Commission announced four fines over online anti money laundering failures in August. One of them was against Entain, which runs ladbrokes.com and other sites.
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How to ensure casino compliance

Alessa explains the Title 31 casinos regulations and how to comply with them. Title 26 casinos are not subject to Title31 regulations. The regulations are part of the Bank Secrecy Act. They apply to casinos with a gross annual gaming revenue of $1m or more. If a casino is found to be in full compliance with the regulations, it can be fined up to $500. i in civil penalties can also be either criminal or criminal. i.e. a violation of any reporting or recordkeeping requirements may lead to a civil penalty that is not to exceed $ 500.
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The Nevada Independent

Experts: Nevada’s casino industry can’t ‘bury its head’ over cryptocurrency

Derek Stevens accepted Bitcoin for non-gaming transactions at the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate casinos. He installed a Bitcoin exchange kiosk at Circa Resort & Casino in October 2020. The machines convert cash to cryptocurrency and take deposits more often than withdrawals. Some observers wonder if cryptocurrency might find its way into casino table games and slot machines. Omer Sattar, co-CEO of digital payment provider for the gaming industry, believes it's a good idea. Raul Sood, CEO of Irreverent Labs, thinks traditional slot machine manufacturers don't address the interests of their customers.
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Sightline Argues the Case for Remote Verification in Nevada Casinos

Sightline Payments wants to improve AML and KYC regulations and empower consumers. The company has already implemented its cashless payment system successfully with Boyd Gaming and Resorts World Las Vegas. Nevada has been adamant about in-person registration and identity verification.  Sightingline Payment's proposal targets Regulation 5.225 per the NBCB regulatory code of conduct.
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Stopping Fraud in the Online Gaming Marketplace

Online gaming and gambling became more popular during the pandemic. In-game assets for digital gaming platforms are now collectively valued at more than $50 billion. The industry is also besieged by criminal activity, with bad actors developing new identity theft and money laundering schemes.
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The Nevada Independent

Digital and cashless gaming technology viewed as bringing casinos into the 21st century

The Nevada Gaming Commission will consider changes to regulations on electronic transfers of money to games or gaming devices. The changes will clarify the rules regarding cashless gaming. The system must be licensed and approved by the board. It will also have a daily monetary transfer limit and responsible gambling messages. There will be a warning message on devices that includes the website of the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling. Only a few properties have the licensed systems in place. They are subject to additional requirements in the technical standards.
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