NYDFS Fines Robinhood's Crypto Firm $30M Over AML Violation
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Robinhood's cryptocurrency arm got a $30 million fine from the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) over violation of anti-money laundering rules.

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The regulator said in a press release that besides the fine, Robinhood's crypto department will also be required to retain an "independent consultant that will perform a comprehensive evaluation of its compliance." Superintendent of Financial Services Adrienne Harris said:

"All virtual currency companies licensed in New York State are subject to the same anti-money laundering, consumer protection, and cybersecurity regulations as traditional financial services companies."

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This isn't the first time Robinhood's crypto arm faces sanctions. In July last year, Robinhood Crypto was also fined for $10 million for violating cybersecurity and anti-money laundering requirements.

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